• Developing Community Capacity
  • Partnering with Established Schools
  • Making a Difference in Haiti
  • St. Francis School of Technology
  • Traveling iPads
  • Computer Classes
  • Water Purification Systems
  • Basic school Infrastructure
  • Our Story
  • Golf Scramble

Start by doing what is necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.


With our programs, we reach more than 2,000 students right in their classrooms in Jeremie, Haiti.

More than 4 out of 5 students surveyed believe that Tek4Kids' work has a significant impact on their future.

When you donate to Tek4Kids, we guarantee that 100% of your donation goes directly to projects in Haiti.

Since 2006, Tek4Kids has been partnering with existing schools to empower students through skills and knowledge to shape their future society. Our education and technology projects strive toward creating sustainable change reaching far beyond the classroom.

Take a peak to read about our volunteers' adventures during their trips to Haiti. Find out more about their touching encounters with students and people around the city, what they think of the projects they participated in, and how this unique experience has broadened their horizons.

Basic School Infrastructure

The reliable electricity and security features we install improve school operation effectiveness and support our water purification systems and education efforts.

Water Purification Systems

We purify a total of 8,500 gallons of water per week at our partner schools to improve the students' health, which is an essential foundation for academic success.

Computer Classes

In our computer classes, the students learn typing, Microsoft Office programs, and how to access the vast amount of knowledge resources available online.

Traveling iPads

Carrying iPads between schools makes them a cost-effective tool to supply interactive learning teaching knowledge, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.

St. Francis School of Technology

St. Francis School offers a college-level IT education providing a viable alternative to established trades to open up new routes towards economic self-sufficiency.