Organisation de Bienfaisance Ministere de JC /Charity Organization Ministry of JC

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Pastor Jean Sainvil

President and Founder

Married, have 3 boys ages: 30, 20 & 5 years old; 2 girls ages: 34 & 24. 5 grand children and 1 grand grand son

Rousseau Sainvil

Vice President

Married have 1 son 5 years old

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Stephanie Jean Pierre


Engaged love school

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Vanessa Orelien

Under Secretary

Law Student very passionate to help students with their homework

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Sophia Orelien


Studied secretariat, Customs Technical and Organization Management. Have a passion for school and enjoy helping others

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Elima Vilfranc


Married have 3 Daughters and 2 Grand daughters, he loves to work and help others

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Tamara Gillus

Receptionist Region Plateau Central

Engaged, always singing church songs, always saying good things about her mother and passionate about school

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Rachelle Etienne


Married, has 2 Boys ages 14 & 11. Passionate about helping others

Fabienne Souverain


Me Casales Cenoux

Jural Advisor

Studied Law at Law school of Gonaives

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Organisation de bienfaisance Ministere de JC/Charity organization ministry of JC

My name is Jean Sainvil, President and Founder. I was born in the Dominican Republic in the city of Barahona, at the age of 5, my mother left us went to the Capital Santo Domingo to find work so she could take care of my two brothers and I, while she was gone, my father sent us to Haiti to his mother, I was only 5 years old my other brothers were ages 3 & 10 months old. My grand mother was very old and could not afford to care for us as she would love to. One day my brothers and I with gallons in hands looking for water to take to the house, we met a Pastor at a Shell gas station servicing his car, he called us and we walked up to him, then he asked: where we lived at and with whom? I answered him, La Saline and with my grand mother, at that time my creole was limited since we had just came from the Dominican Republic, we spoke Spanish, then he gave us his address and told us to tell our grand mother to come see him at his Church. The very next Sunday we were there, my grand mother and us accepted the Lord as our Lord and Savior, that was in 1971. Then after the church service was over, the pastor asked my grand mother if she would leave us with him in his Orphanage, that was a dream come true for my grand mother to find a great place for us so we could be better taking care of and raised. We stayed and grew up in that Orphanage. Growing up with other children and see how hard it was for the Pastor to provide us with 2 meals a day, sometimes we stayed hungry all day till late at night before we could get some to eat. I started thinking and saying to myself, there will be children in that same situation when I grow up, and I say, I'd like to raise some children when I grow up, and hoping I'll be able to feed them. I became a youth Minister at the age of 14, after I preached at a youth convention with an attendance of over 2000 young people from different churches. God heard what I said. At the age of 17 my grand mother became ill, my brothers and I left the Orphanage to live with her so we could care for her. Unfortunately she passed while we were there and a pastor from Tennessee sent me money via Federal Express for her Funeral. At the age of 19, I got married and I adopted 2 children from the city of Pierre Payen and Marchand Dessalines, Haiti. Years later, I founded my first Orphanage with 13 children called " Good Shepherd Orphanage " at Varreux, Haiti. I had friends from Johnson City, Kingsport, Elizabethton and Bristol, Tennessee supporting my work. They would come to Haiti every 3 months to check on us, and every time, they buy us bags of rice, beans, gallons of vegetable oil, bags of charcoal, beds, mattresses, and always give us cash for meat and other items or ingredients that we may need. Then the Orphanage grew to 25 children 13 boys and 12 girls, while Managing the Orphanage, I was also Overseen Churches in Haiti. The Earthquake of January 12, 2010 destroyed the building of the Orphanage and thank to God no 1 got injured, we call that a MIRACLE. Since then the children were sent to relatives. The way we managed the Orphanage, at a certain age, the children would get married or leave and we replace them with younger children. But we keep only 25 at all times.
Our dream now is to rebuild the Orphanage to house 100 children ages 5 in the city of Mamont, Haiti, where they will have the same chance I had to leave La Saline and other unsanitary places and live in a cleaner healthier and educational environment.

OBMJ is dedicated to make a difference. We have strong conviction that change can come to the small children who deserve a chance for brighter future. To people who believe they can make difference in the life of the kids in Haiti, please find it in your heart to donate to our cause and keep our mission thriving.

At OBMJ, we build school to educate as many children as possible, free admission to all as they are the future of our society.

Please make check donation payable to: Charity Organization Min of JC and mail to: PO BOX 80164 ATLANTA, GA 30366 Thank you for your generous donation

$ 2000

Donation Amount


These pictures are recent pictures taken in 2019 where children are living, where people are sleeping with pigs walking around them.

Join us today and help us make a change! In the life of children, youths, abuse women, abuse elders, in literacy, in health, clean drinking water, clean environment.

  • #37 Rue Catherine Flon Hinche, Haiti
  • P.O. BOX 80164 Atlanta, GA 30366



I can honestly say, if someone did not take me and my brothers in, today we don't know where we would of been or become.
Growing up in an Orphanage and go hungry for many days, no running water in the house, not having a good bed with a good mattress to sleep on at night, made me always think, when I grow up, other children will be in the same situation, my dream was to pray so God could give me an opportunity to prevent children to go through what I went through. I always wanted to be able to help children to attend not only a school but a great school. I am thrill that my dream had come true where I started when I got married and adopted 2 children and opening my first orphanage and built a big school where children can come and learn, to me it is more than a dream come true.

Now my vision is to rebuild the Orphanage that was destroyed in the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti and house 100 children all at the age of 5, to be the future of the Society in the Country of Haiti and around the world. My dream is to raise great Farmers, Teachers, Doctors, Engineers, Agronomists, Scientists, Nurses, Athletes to compete around the world, great Soccer, Basketball and Tennis players, and integrate in the country of Haiti, the game of Baseball as played in the neighboring country of the Dominican Republic.


Is to save lives, eradicate Juvenile delinquency, defeat child hunger, promote wellness and good health care.


Is to put women and girls in the center because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

We are accountable to the people and Partners we receive donation from and proudly serve, transparently sharing our results, stories and lessons.

We know by embracing differences, actively including a variety of voices, and joining together we can solve the children and the world's most complex problems.

We challenge ourselves to the highest level of learning and performance, tapping the best of the human spirit to create IMPACT.

We believe in the equal value of every human being and the importance of respecting and honoring each individual; we know that change happens through people.

This Core Values Commitment describes who we are, what we do, and how we do it. It reflects our Core Values of TRANSFORMATION, INTEGRITY, DIVERSITY, EXCELLENCE, and EQUALITY, which serve as a Foundation for all that we do.

As we have a problem of literacy in Haiti, my dream is to open Schools for people of all ages, not only to learn how to read and write but also to learn trades so they can help themselves to build a better life.
  • #37 Rue Catherine Flon Hinche, Haiti
  • P.O. BOX 80164 Atlanta, GA 30366