• The House that HUGG Built
  • TEENS in TRANSITION



Goal: To raise $40,000 for 2020 Teens in Transition in Haiti before December 31

Your one-time or monthly gift equips a young man with provision, direction, and development in these 6 essential areas. For $230 per month, HUGG provides each TEEN in TRANSITION not just what he needs to survive, but with the tools that empower him for the rest of his life.

HELP END THE CYCLE.


Orphan prevention BEGINS by developing orphaned teens into godly young Men who will provide for their future families and lead their future communities. 


When you support our Teens in Transition program, you are helping create strong young men who will grow to become responsible workers, fathers, pastors, and leaders. By reaching the men, we help reach the women and children in their spheres of influence. Our long-term goal is to break the generational poverty that leads to poverty orphans.


Haiti is currently in crisis and we are responding to these dire circumstances by asking for support. While the sale of HUGG products brings in revenue to provide fair wages, it is your financial gifts that grant our Haitian Teens in Transition the ability to continue their program despite the hardships their country is facing. 

 

YES, I WANT TO PARTNER WITH HANDUP MINISTRIES AND MAKE A POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT

HandUp Ministries harnesses the power of both Jesus and jobs through our Teens in Transition program (TnT). This 2-year program consists of 4 Pillars:

Discipleship/Mentoring

  • Introduces spiritual role models
  • Equips teens with Christ-centered truths  
  • Fosters a community of men who encourage one another 
  • Empowers young men to grow from an orphaned boy to that of a responsible and productive citizen in his community 

Financial Literacy

  • Teaches faith-based money management
  • Provides future, long-term stability
  • Promotes a desire to give back to those in need
  • Results in positive economic impact on the community 

Job Skills Training

  • Equips teens with transferable job skills
  • Positions youth to move toward independence
  • Evokes feelings of dignity and stability
  • Serves as a catalyst for growth, responsibility, and maturity

Basic Needs

  • Provide two years in a transitional apartment 
  • Complete high school education 
  • Provisions such as day to day needs and food 
  • Stipends for chore completion

MEET OUR TEENS IN TRANSITION:


Badeau Loubitch




Emmanuel Jean Louis




Herode Elisma




Issac Exil




Junior Emile




Mackenlove Alexis




Maxiben Champe




Menard Nesto




Papouche Antoine




Pierre Ossanye




Schnaider Prioly




Sonson Joseph




Sonson Resimus




Steven Parvelus




Nickenson Michel




Kristalin Mardi



Jean Paulson Charlotin


Josue Henry, Staff



Osier Frantz, Staff