People often ask us, “What’s the best way to help Haiti?” Our answer is simple: We need passionate supporters to spread awareness about the challenges people face in Haiti.
Using 30 years of experience of working in Haiti, we have developed efficient and transparent ways that YOU can make a difference in Haiti. We pride ourselves in designing events and campaigns that are inspiring, culturally sensitive, and are proven to alleviate poverty for Haitian children, parents and grandparents.
Whether you’re an individual who wants to donate your birthday, a school classroom working on a project, or a company looking for corporate partnership opportunities, we welcome you to the Hope for Haiti family.
You can start by following us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and our blog.
Start an online fundraising campaign, help us get valuable medical supplies to patients in Haiti, engage with us through our corporate partnership program, or travel with us to Haiti to see our work in action and be an active part of our mission. You can also donate cryptocurrency like BitCoin directly to support our programs or donate through your local CFC (#40089)!
Scroll down to view the many ways you can contribute to our vision and help create generational change in southern Haiti.
Give today to support children, parents and grandparents in southern Haiti.
Enter an amount to give below:
Make an Impact Today!
Contribute to a Fundraising Campaign
Donate or fundraise online to one of our programs!
Donate While Shopping Online
Join the Heart Society
Wear Upcycled Jewelry
Your $20 purchase benefits female artisans working in two school-based communities in rural Haiti.
Donate Through Your Donor Advised Fund
Donate Through Your Local CFC!
Hope For Haiti’s CFC number is #40089.
Make a Gift of Securities
A win-win for you and Hope for Haiti! Check with your financial advisor for benefits. Please call us at +1 (239) 434-7183.
Share Your Appreciation for Haitian Culture
…and purchase a cookbook written by Hope for Haiti’s Cooking School Director, Carmene Alverbe.