Birthday: January 28
Sly and creative, Françise loves to sing, make bracelets, and braiding hair. She likes to paint her nails, draw fashion sketches, and use the digital camera to take pictures around the Mission, all good practice for a future fashion designer. Her favorite subject in school is math.
Birthday: January 12
Gentle-hearted, Gaby wants to become a chef when she grows up (or maybe a fashion designer.) She came to the Mission in the summer of 2013, and loves to read. She is energetic, but often just enjoys being around others. She currently loves photography class, and like to draw.
Birthday: January 12
Lorvens is a young leader, and like Spider-Man, about whom he loves to read, he’s beginning to learn that with great power comes great responsibility. As the nannies used to say, if trouble was stirring, you’d usually be able to find the bold and venturesome Lorvens in the mix. But he’s quickly growing and maturing, and even hopes to become pediatrician — or even a surgeon — so he can take special care of the babies at the malnutrition clinic where many of the students volunteer. With a silly and fun personality, he loves to make people smile. His favorite activities are drawing, playing soccer and hockey.
Nicknames: Kiki and Dr. Chivensky
Birthday: January 6
A budding scholar, Kiki is ambitious, eager to learn, and a leader around the Mission. He can often be found playing the guitar, chatting with the other kids, or exercising. He is passionate about music and dreams about having his own business someday.
Birthday: January 1
Moïse is a shy, tall jokester. But even as a young man, he is already driven to change Haiti for the better. With the power to improve the country, his agenda would include to help create jobs, build schools to educate the public, promote agricultural and ecological awareness, eliminate crime, and clean up Haiti’s streets. With his remarkable ambition and love of math, we hope this future accountant will be able to crunch the numbers and bring his dream of helping Haiti a reality. He’s a huge soccer fan and is responsible for starting the first Have Faith Haiti Soccer Tournament in 2013, which is now an annual event. He’s currently working in Haiti.