New freelancer platform for minorities is ending poverty one job at a time is a newly launched freelancing platform that connects freelancers in minority communities and developing countries to companies seeking workers.

Raleigh, NC – September 4, 2020 – A Haitian-American couple is all set to usher in a new beginning for minority communities and developing countries. They have recently launched a freelancer platform to help these communities achieve financial independence. Titled “GiveJobs,” the freelancing platform is guided by the mission to end poverty one job at a time.

GiveJobs aims to bridge the gap between talented freelancers and companies seeking skilled professionals worldwide.

“At GiveJobs, our goal is to empower African-Americans, Latinos, and other minorities and also to make it easier for companies looking to hire minorities to find them. Haiti and several other developing countries depend heavily on charity and donations. But while charity offers relief from immediate challenges, it does not help to solve the underlying issues that cause poverty in the first place. Unless a community can fend for itself, it can never come out from the cycle of reliance on handouts and donations and improve life quality. This is where GiveJobs comes in,” stated the founders of

In Frame: Founders Mavreen Masere and Dr. Constant Masere

“GiveJobs aspires to transition developing countries from charity to jobs so its people can lead a life of dignity, independence, and eliminate generational poverty.”

When asked about the inspiration behind, the founders stressed how they constantly aspire to make lives better for people in Haiti, their homeland.

“Although I was born and raised in Haiti, I had the privilege to travel to the United States to pursue my dreams. But the plight of others in my homeland was never far from my thoughts. I was always looking forward to giving back, and through, I can finally do just that,” stated one of the cofounders.

“Although the initial idea was to help our fellow Haitians fend for themselves through respectable freelancing jobs, GiveJobs is not limited to them only. Our doors are open to all skilled freelancers from minority communities and other developing countries as well.”

GiveJobs offers a diverse scope of freelancing projects, ranging from writing jobs, sales and marketing, and web/app development to admin support, customer support, and many more. Freelancers can set up their profile on and advertise their skills to potential employers for free. GiveJobs is exceptionally particular about fair and guaranteed pay for member freelancers.

Companies seeking freelancers can post jobs for free, and there is no limit on the number of postings. Payment for the job can be made securely online, and it is only released when the company has approved the freelancer’s work. With every transaction, you help GiveJobs donate laptops and support work programs around the world.