SOPUDEP is a grassroots, community organization based in Port-au-Prince founded by Haitian activists and educators in 2000. SOPUDEP focuses on educating adults and children, supporting women’s rights, and supplying resources to ensure self-sufficiency. SOPUDEP started with adult literacy and has grown to include a K-12 school, adult literacy program, women’s micro-credit group, and mobile medical clinic. Eight years ago, the Students for Haiti Solidarity Club at Los Altos High (LAHS) formally adopted the SOPUDEP K-12 as its sister school. This SOPUDEP school serves more than 800 children per day. Many of these children are among the poorest in this hemisphere. SOPUDEP also provides them with a hot meal. Over the years, LAHS students, their families, and staff have raised tens of thousands of dollars to support the construction of a new SOPUDEP building for its school that includes 20 classrooms, a library, a computer lab, a 70 thousand gallon water cistern, and an auditorium. Opened this past fall, the school needs funding to provide the teachers and faculty with a consistent salary, allowing for the hundreds of students at this new school to have access to an education. The Los Altos Rotary Club kindly collects all monetary donations in a fund and wires it directly to SOPUDEP.