Bringing systemic change to marginalized communities in Haiti, one person at a time
January 12, 2010
A 7.0 Magnitude earthquake was one more disaster for the poorest country in the western hemisphere which has already suffered from decade of political, economic and social setbacks and inequality.
March 16, 2011
First group of Jesus Youth, led by Sunil Nadarajan, arrive in Haiti for a mission exploration in collaboration with Caritas In Veritate International, in an attempt to bring aid to internally displaced refugees living in Camp Corail in the city Croix-Des-Bouqets.
September 12, 2012
September 1, 2014
Through the efforts of Donna Pinheiro, Siju George and Jimmy Kavil, students from Camp Corail continued to receive financial support from well wishers in Jesus Youth.
August 16, 2016
Brian Mundackal is sent by Jesus Youth as a missionary for further study on the feasibility of a larger project for education in the Haitian situation.
June 1, 2017
Jesus Youth of America creates a subsidiary charitable organization tasked to bring dignity through education to the poorest in the world. Several Jesus Youth leaders come together to form the Board of Directors, appointing Bijo Thomas as the Board President and Brian Mundackal as the Executive Director.
June 1, 2017
With nearly 600 children in the program, growth in activities leads to the opening of the first professional school “The Learning Center” and Lumen Vitae Office.
November 1, 2020
Due to the effect of COVID-19 and rapid inflation of goods, over 2,450 people came together to participate in the first ever “Race For The Light”, which raised $260,000 to feed poor families in Haiti for an entire year.