ARISE PROJECT FOR HUMANITY Empowers the youth of Haiti to become self-reliant by teaching them through value-based mentoring to change their mindset, create their life, and impact their community. ARISE PROJECT FOR HUMANITY, the only mentoring center in the Caribbean, is revolutionary in its approach to international non-profit work. Mentoring changes the focus of development from outside resources to resources existent within the nation---Haitians themselves. Empowering the youth with positive mindsets and applicable strategies for personal growth, obtainable goals, and entrepreneurial skillsets creates a powerful impact for change that is both sustainable and organic, creating leaders for Haiti’s future who will in turn invest in the rising generation and promote a “pay it forward” mentality.


Merisena Cadeau is very gifted! She is one of our mentees in the Mentoring Program. She has qualified to go to Russia to represent Haiti for the Chess Tournament. Thank you to those who supports the work we do to help empower this nation

Since 2015, ARISE Project For Humanity has empowered communities to rise up above doubts, exploitations, fears and more.... We build 25 Mentoring Programs in Haiti. As a result, children and adults in southern Haiti now have access to life-changing literacy and education.

We're building our Mentoring Center in the southern Haiti, a place called Les Cayes. In a community where youth don't have access to education. With your support, we are going to transform lives in Haiti and create the kind of country we all want to see tomorrow. 


Reliable, caring relationships with adults provide youth with the supports they need to grow and develop into successful members of our community. When youth know that someone cares about them and they are recognized for their contributions, they are more likely to develop their skills, make healthy choices, and achieve self-sufficiency.

In addition to providing group mentoring workshops, ARISE PROJECT FOR HUMANITY connects young people one-to-one with a trained volunteer mentor in their community. Youth meet with their mentor 6 to 8 hours a month for 3 months with ongoing support from ARISE professional staff.

Mentee Eligibility 

Individuals with parental/guardian consent, ages 12 to 17 years old who are willing to meeting with a mentor 6 to 8 hours a month must complete a interview with one of our team member in Haiti to enroll in the ARISE - Mentoring Program.

Mentor Eligibility 

Individuals interested in becoming a mentor must be willing to meet with their mentees 6 to 8 hours a month for at least 3 months. They will need to attend our training and have an endorsement from a local leader as well as complete an online application. 



Recently, we’ve teamed up with partners to host events at Universities, Churches and concerts. Stay up to date on when our next function is happening!


Connect with the ARISE Project For Humanity nonprofit to learn more about the Mentoring Program. Tour our website, request more information, and share what you learn with family and friends.


Discover how you can join the movement and help Empower Youth around the world. 

We have many committees and ways you can help us help others.


Your financial support help us to continue our work in Haiti and outside of Haiti.

When Williamson Sintyl was just sixteen years old, a massive earthquake hit his home island of Haiti. Williamson was trapped in a collapsed building for twenty seven hours before being rescued. He soon after found the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and became a member. He has since served a mission, moved to the United States in 2015 and started a family in 2016. He founded the Arise Project For Humanity to help Haitians have a brighter future. He believes that Haitians are capable to change Haiti and that the power is within them. 

To commemorate 10 years of the big earthquake in Haiti, to remember those who have gone before us, we partnered with Timballard from ourrescue and Rj_idos to make a documentary about the story of our founder Williamson Sintyl.
Williamson was buried for 27 hours in the rubbles after the earthquake hit in Haiti. The documentary is about how he has turned that tragedy into something meaningful – ARISE Project for Humanity.

Stay tuned to know more about what goes on in the organization. 





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