YesImpact is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to providing education, health, and community development to underprivileged families in Haiti and other parts of the world. YesImpact was officially founded and registered on August 21, 2015, to obtain its 501(c)(3) status in the United States by Jean Kedler Abelard, an American citizen born in Haiti. Afterward, the organization was welcomed by Jean Dieusibon Cidélus and Nahama Azard to join its board. Since then, the organization has worked tirelessly and embraced new people passionate about serving alongside us. Given Haiti's social and economic situation, families are struggling to meet the minimum needs of their children. YesImpact wants to be the spokesperson for all its suffering people; it also wants every child to have the opportunity to attend school to conquer hope for a better future. Many Haitian children struggle to attend school due to their parents' lack of economic means. YesImpact is very grateful to its donors who offer their support to make a lasting difference in the lives of children. The organization can only achieve its goals with the help of its committed partners. We are so thankful that a local church (Eglise de Dieu la Trinité de Terre-Gaman) contracted us a spare room for our first classroom. We remodeled the space to accept our students because we grow every year. However, we want to purchase our land to build an adequate permanent school with more resources and materials to meet the needs of the students and teachers. YesImpact wants to expand the health program through mobile clinics in all ten departments in the country. Kedler's vision is to build a modern hospital capable of providing health care services and operating 24/7 to serve every Haitian. Ultimately, the idea for this project came from Kedler, who, thanks to the missionaries of a formerly NGO named Double Harvest, had the opportunity to do his classical studies in a quality school in the rural area Croix-des-Bouquets. However, his intelligence and wisdom allowed him to benefit from the generosity of some American friends, which made it easier for him to start college in the United States. Nevertheless, Kedler kept pursuing his root; he visited Haiti several times. Afflicted by the problem of impoverished children, on August 21, 2015, he decided to help the country by setting up an organization that could help children and families in Haiti. Since then, he has worked tirelessly to make this dream a reality, whose sole objective is to educate further and enrich humanity's culture.