World Vision Child

Get to know Christelle,
our World Vision Sponsored Child. 
 
JKPC has been sponsoring Christelle through World Vision since 2011 and we would like to share a little more information about her.  
 
Christelle lives in Covihoy, Haiti and is 14 year's old - her birthday is April 12. Christelle lives with her mother, 1 brother and 3 sisters. Christelle is in good health and loves to play with dolls.  She speaks Creole and her favorite school subject is math
 
Christelle's mother is a farm laborer and struggles to provide for the family. Despite their efforts, it is difficult to meet the family's needs, so they appreciate the support received from JKPC and World Vision.   Christelle is growing up in a poor area in Haiti. The HIV and AIDS crisis has severely damaged the social fabric of the entire community, leaving many children without parents. Many families live in small houses made of wood or tin. A typical diet consists of plantains, rice, mangos, and local vegetables. The terrain is green and tropical. Agriculture is the primary economic activity.
 
World Vision has been working in Covihoy since 1994. World Vision has helped kids stay healthy, educated and spiritually growing.  1264 households learned how to treat and store water for consumption this past year   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
As part of the yearly JKPC budget, we donate $35 a month to Christelle and we gave an extra $100 in December for Christmas.   Thank you to all for your support.   Please check the jkpc website for more pictures of Christelle and her community. 
 
If you would like to get more involved in communicating with Christelle, please contact Nancy Polcyn. 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Update from

JKPC’s World-Vision Sponsored Child

Christelle Cabrouet in Covihoy, Haiti

 

           March 18, 2018

           Dear Sponsor,

           Greetings to you. It’s with a lot of joy that I write you just to thank you for all that you do for me and for the gift of $100 that you sent to me. With it, I bought clothes and a
suitcase I needed. I thank you lots.
I love you so much. I pray that God bless you and keep you healthy.

Thanks!

 

 

 

 


2015 Annual Progress Report on Our World-Vision Sponsored Child:
Christelle Cabrouet in Covihoy, Haiti

 

Christelle is  in grade four and she learned to read at a higher level this year  - we can tell that one of her favorite books is “Curious George!”  Her community was even able to build a new school last year, too!

She loves to play with her cat, which is her most precious possession.  She shared that her favorite sport is playing soccer—and she wants to know which sports the JKPC kids like to play! 

Chrsitelle shared that her family loves to joke around together and it is her mother who encourages her the most. Her health is satisfactory and World Vision is improving her health with regular medical check ups.

Christelle hopes to be a nurse in the future and she sent JKPC the following message:  
                    I love you forever.

Maybe JKPC can write Christelle a letter telling her about the sports that we enjoy and we can send her some pictures of her JKPC family?  For more info and pictures of Christelle, please view the 
bulletin board in the church lobby.

 

 


2014 Missions Update From
Christelle in Haiti

Christelle is our congregation’s World Vision sponsored child in Haiti. We sent a special monetary gift to Christelle and her family for Christmas. This summer we received this photo and the following thank you letter from Christelle and her family:  

                Dear Sponsor,
                Hello!  How are you with all of your family?

                Thank you for $150 US you sent to me.  With this sum,
                I bought a goat & the rest used for other needs of the family.

                 May God shed many benedictions on your family.   Thanks.

 Thank you for your generous support of Christelle through our missions giving.  Our sponsorship enables her to attend school and to receive health education and annual check ups.

With a grateful heart,  Joan McGrady-Beach - Missions Elder

 

 


2014 Annual Progress Report on Our World-Vision Sponsored Child:
Christelle Cabrouet in Covihoy, Haiti

 

Christelle is in grade three.  Her favorite color is green.  Her favorite sport is jumping rope and her favorite fruit is an orange. This year Christelle’s health has been satisfactory and she has received a Vitamin A supplement.  Christelle sent us the following message:                “Je vous aime.  I love you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the past year, those of us who have sponsored children through World Vision in the Covihoy area of Haiti, have made possible the following:

School tuition and supplies:
            4,085 children and young people received school grants.
            1,000 children and young people participated in spiritual enrichment activities.
School improvement projects
            Youth enjoy the World Vision computer center.
            Youth received training in carpentry, computers, and sewing at the World Vision  vocational center.
Clean water

Improved health facility and care:
            4,100 children received medical check-ups during this period.
            50 malnourished children have recovered.
            160 orphans and vulnerable children found support in the program during this period.
Agriculture and food security:
            10,000 forest tree seedlings and 5,000 fruit trees were produced during the period.
            50 families received appropriate support in the installation of erosion control structures
                on the slopes and in the gullies.
           6 veterinary officers were trained.

Please continue to pray for Christelle, her family and the residents of the Covihoy community during this new year.  Thank you for making Christelle’s support possible through your generosity and faithful giving.

With a grateful heart,       Joan McGrady-Beach, Missions Elder

 


 

Christelle 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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