Changing One Life at a Time by Cheryl Seger


“It’s hard to change an infrastructure but changing one life at a time is possible. I saw many lives being affected through the efforts of Tek4Kids. The water systems, electricity and technical tools have and will continue to help the education system. I was privileged to work with Tek4Kids Haitian staff members, who were ambitious … Continue reading Changing One Life at a Time by Cheryl Seger

When Can I Go Back? by Allison Schroering


I wasn’t expecting to love Jeremie, Haiti as much as I did. When we were packing up to go back to the United States, I’ll be honest – I didn’t want to leave the place that had changed my life. It was sad and difficult to say goodbye to the people there, as well as … Continue reading When Can I Go Back? by Allison Schroering

Making a Difference in Haiti


Bob Glaser, one of Tek4Kids newest volunteers, recently returned from a trip to Jeremie, Haiti where he experienced a very positive interaction with one of our students. As Bob made the 20 minute walk to our technology school, Beniel Joassaint approached him and introduced himself as one of the new students at St. Francis School … Continue reading Making a Difference in Haiti

Haiti Staff Member Receives an Award!


Janvier Allenz, one of our teachers in Haiti, received an award for his hard work and dedication to Tek4Kids. He was presented a certificate for his punctuality, teamwork, collaborative skills and his dedication to the mission of Tek4Kids. Allenz worked hard to help our head teacher, Laura Desmangles, organize a two-week training session for the … Continue reading Haiti Staff Member Receives an Award!

Reflections on My Time in Haiti by Cheryl Davis


We booked our flight to Haiti one day before my sister was involved in a serious auto accident. My attention and energies were immediately focused on her and remained there until she was stabilized and making a good recovery several weeks later. By that time, Christmas preparations were in full swing as well as planning … Continue reading Reflections on My Time in Haiti by Cheryl Davis

Impressions From My Trip to Haiti by Jessica Edelen


The little six-seater plane that flew us from Port au Prince to Jérémie turned out not to be as terrifying as I had built it up in my head to be. Roger was a skilled pilot and I had my rosary with me, as did Cathy. We couldn’t crash now, right? And we didn’t. In … Continue reading Impressions From My Trip to Haiti by Jessica Edelen