His Outreach for Learning and Development

HOLD advocates for the needy and empowers them via truth and compassionate care! 

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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: 08/10/2007
Country: Haiti
Gender: Female

Lovena Agenord is the middle of 3 sisters with us at the HOLD Home!  She’s a sweet young lady who enjoys dressing up and putting on a little jewelry.  She likes learning English and French at school.  Yellow is her favorite color.  Cedeline (the oldest child in the Home) is her best friend!  She hopes to become a nurse or even a doctor when she grows up. 

Let's look at all the children.


March 13, 2018 - Richard Rohde
Thousands of children have been given an opportunity to attend school in countries where illiteracy is acceptable.  Many of those students have become teachers and school administrators who are now able to provide for their families.  Over the past eight years, nearly one hundred orphaned and abandoned children have been rescued from lives of neglect, abuse, and exploitation.  They are given food, clothing, love and a safe place to rest their heads.  Hundreds of skilled construction workers have been provided jobs that help buy food for their families.  Countless numbers of lost souls have
March 5, 2018 - Courtney Rivera
I recently returned from Cap Haitien, Haiti where we had a team of 25 HOLD supporters serving at the Christian Alliance School of Limonade.  The school teaches preschool through 6th grade and has 300 students enrolled.  It was a wonderful week spent with the students and staff of the school. We painted, took pictures of each student, facilitated a brief Children’s Bible School, and played with the kids all afternoon.
January 30, 2018 - Richard Rohde
January is a time to reflect on what God has accomplished throughout the past year.  More than 2,500 children in Haiti are in school because people care.  Without sponsors help, these 2,500 kids would follow the path of illiteracy, common to nearly half of Haiti’s population.  Construction began on transitional housing at the HOLD Orphanage, where young adults will be prepared for life on the outside when they leave the Home.