" If I didn't go to school, I'd be a restavèk (servant). That's why my mom wanted to make sure I went to school, so that wouldn't be my future; so I would have a future." —Rosalineda Edmond
Just $1,688.79 MORE NEEDED!
Rosalineda has to walk far to and from school, but she doesn't mind because she loves going. Rosalineda loves to dance and she wants to work with computers and help support her family and friends. She s the youngest of many children and her mother has done everything she can to make sure she attends school and gets a good education, but the family still struggles financially.
You can help. For just $8.06, you can send Rosalineda to school for one week. Help her achieve her dreams, donate today to help get Rosalineda's education back on track!
With your help, Rosalineda can continue her education, with the tools to achieve her dreams.
Consider making a monthly gift. When you give just $28 monthly, you ensure Rosalineda or another girl in Haiti has a permanent scholarship until she graduates.
Rosalineda is a Girls' Voices Scholar!
Rosalineda participates in Girls' Voices, GreaterGood.org's signature girls’ empowerment program ensuring that girls around the world complete secondary school and gain the confidence they need to succeed.
During Girls’ Voices, Rosalineda learned media skills to tell her story.
Watch her video now to hear her story.
Girls' Voices is a Signature Program of GreaterGood.org intended to raise funds for girls' secondary education through media made by girls. Our goal is for girls around the world to connect to their voice, their dreams for their education, and use the power of digital media to create images, stories, and visual metaphors that can communicate their strength and potential to the world. The intention of this project is to empower girls to utilize videography to raise scholarship funds to remove financial barriers to completing secondary education.
About Matènwa Community Learning Center:
Matènwa Community Learning Center (MCLC) is the first ever institution providing secondary education on the island of Haiti. MCLC is the country's only recognized model school. USAID and the Haitian Ministry of Education have publicly acknowledged the high quality of teaching at MCLC. Teachers who work at the school have undergone rigorous training to ensure students have the safest and best possible learning experience. Not only do students receive a quality education, they receive a hot breakfast every morning.
GreaterGood.org has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of GreaterGood.org.