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HOLD the children operates in Jamaica, Guatemala and Haiti and is a division of Mission Discovery, Inc. HOLD the children's operations are always expanding. HOLD is currently supporting seven schools in Haiti, two in Jamaica and one in Guatemala.

Featured Child

Birthday: 04/05/2012
Country: Haiti
Gender: Male

Woodson St. Gera is now one of the youngest living in the Home!  He joined us in the fall of 2015 and at that time, was only four years old.  He has had a birthday since then and has settled in well to the routines and community of the HOLD Home.  The other children have welcomed him warmly and are helpful in taking care of Woodson.  He now has several brothers and sisters looking after him!

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News

September 12, 2017 - Richard Rohde
The ten HOLD Home residents pictured here are now attending Beraca High School this year.  While this is an exciting change for each of them, it does come at an additional financial cost.  The tuition, transportation to and from school, uniforms, books and supplies, and lunch will cost $150 a month per child.  That is a total of $1,500 per month.  This need is much greater than our resources.  Please talk to friends, family, and church groups to ask for their help.  We desperately want these kids to be in school this year, but we need your help to make this possible.  Thank you for your con
August 29, 2017 - Courtney Rivera
During the month of June, I had the privilege of leading a couple of Mission Discovery’s Jamaica mission trips.  As we approached Jamaica Christian School for the Deaf on work day one, the excitement was building inside me to see my friend Lorenzo.
June 7, 2017 - Richard Rohde
Jimmy Rivera was leading a Spring Break mission trip at the Jamaica Christian School for the Deaf back in March.  There are forty resident students and fifteen staff at this HOLD the Children sponsored school.  Mary Ricketts is the HR manager and primary caregiver to the students.  She humbly went to Jimmy and said; “the shelves of rice and beans are bare.  We have no more food for the kids.  Can you help?”

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