In 2003, Cameron Graham, now Cameron Vivanco, moved from South Carolina to Ecuador to serve in full time missions. In the course of her work in low class and poverty class neighborhoods, she became aware of school aged children who were not in school because their families could not afford it, even ‘free’ public education. In some of the neighborhoods, there was 80% unemployment, and the average number of children per household was five. The majority of homes were headed up by single mothers, who if they were able to work, were fortunate to bring in $150 a month. With just $22 a month, Cameron was able to help get, Laura, a young girl with whom she was working, in school. In 2003 with one student, a sponsorship program was born. In 2009 E=H became an international 501c3 sponsoring more than 600 students around the world, however our impact is not only in student scholarships but also funding schools in Haiti and Rwanda and aiding more than 1500 orphans in Kenya as well as feeding children at school and getting kids off the street.