Thank you for helping us to take entrepreneurship to even more places across the globe this year! We are grateful for the privilege to serve you and to have you as part of our community. In this season of reflection and gratitude, we are thanking the King of Kings for your many gifts. We are thankful for the new lessons, friendships, and opportunities this year have granted us. We are looking forward to a brand new season of expansion and pray that you will continue to grow with our family in the new year.
Forget about what’s happened, don’t keep going over old history. Be alert, be present. I’m about to do something brand-new. It’s bursting out! Don’t you see it?Isaiah 43:18-19
Remember, if you have not yet made your end-of-year gift, you still have until December 31st. Any gift that is postmarked or made online by December 31st will count towards 2018 and you will receive a tax deduction for this calendar year.
Thank you in advance and special thanks to all those who have already made their gift.
Have you wondered if all the efforts to help Haiti are making a difference? Can anything good really come out of Haiti? Despite the fact that most of the $13 billion invested by the U.S., the European Union, and other nations went to waste due to mismanagement and corruption, there are many success stories of Haitian entrepreneurs making a difference in Haiti.
In this season of giving, you can become an entrepreneur or job sponsor and give the gift of business to Haiti.
Meet a couple of our Biblical Entrepreneurs who are committed to keeping their boots on Haitian soil while running their businesses and bringing innovation to a nation that has faced endless challenges.
MEET MONIQUE: CPA / Haitian BE Trainer
Monique Guillaume (center right) is a seasoned CPA and Biblical Entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience. She not only has her own thriving business, including a technical college, in Haiti but she also trains other Haitian entrepreneurs using the Biblical Entrepreneurship movement to transform her country. Her mission is to facilitate and contribute to the sound and effective management of each institution she touches by instilling quality and integrity standards in business through her faith.
MEET ROSELA: CEO, Zazouty Ice Cream / 2017 International Business Plan Competition Winner
Rosela St. Vil (center right) is a devoted wife, mother, and servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. Her background in business, finance, and service to her local church ministry birthed the company Zazouty Ice Cream. Through the BE program, Rosela developed a business plan for her company that was so strong it won first place in the International Business Plan Competiton. She is committed to powering through whatever obstacles she may face, bringing the joy of ice cream, healthy meals and snacks, and a safe place for families to her local Haitian community.