Crowdster is very proud to announce our first employee in our Haiti Customer Support Center. And we are equally pleased, that our first employee – whose nickname is “Junior” – is a young man we have known for over seven years since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. To explain, Junior – who lost his right leg at the hip when he was just four years old – has been living in one of the orphanages supported by Crowdster CEO, Joe Ferraro, and his wife for nearly 20 years (he is now 23 years old). With support of MAM and other non-profits including Edson Texeira in Brazil, Junior has not only ‘survived’ his very difficult circumstances but is now thriving as a fine young man. He has one more year left of High School in Haiti and then his dream is to attend college and become an attorney. His faith in God and spirit, the latter unbridled by his very difficult upbringing, is a testament to his character and what a truly special young man he is.
Donations for Junior’s college fund can be made via his CrowdsterFundMe fundraising page.