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Haitian Earthquake Support Fund


Support Haitian-led organizations helping with immediate, on-the-ground needs in the wake of the August 14th earthquake and subsequent tropical storm. Sourced from the M4BL Ayiti/Haiti Solidarity Support List—please prioritize funding and sourcing local resources!

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Lambi Fund of Haiti

Founded jointly in 1994 by Haitians and Americans, the Lambi Fund of Haiti is a unique grassroots organization whose mission is to assist the popular, democratic movement in Haiti. Its goal is to help strengthen civil society in Haiti as a necessary foundation for democracy and development.The Lambi Fund of Haiti takes its lead from the peasant and women's organizations with which we collaborate. The Lambi Fund is based on the premise that the Haitian people understand how development is best achieved in their country. Therefore, the Lambi Fund follows the lead of grassroots organizations in program and priorities. Through discussion and reflection, the peasants decide what is best for their community and present the project to the Lambi Fund for support.

Ayiti Community Trust

To support and sustain development innovation in Ayiti (Haiti) in the areas of civic education, environment, and entrepreneurship.

Haitian Neighborhood Center Sant La Inc

Sant La's mission is to empower, strengthen and uplift South Florida's Haitian community and ensure its success and stability.

Fonkoze USA

The vision of the Fonkoze Family is a Haiti where people, standing together, shoulder to shoulder, have pulled themselves out of poverty. Our mission is to work together to provide financial and development services to empower Haitians--primarily women--to lift their families out of poverty.Fonkoze USA secures financial and technical support for its Haitian partners, Fonkoze Foundation and Fonkoze Financial Services. Fonkoze USA educates the American public about it's partners' work in Haiti, facilitates technical assistance, raises money to support their services and programs, and provides the due diligence and reporting for donors.

Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation Inc


The Organization for the Rehabilitation of the Environment

Our immediate concern is to provide relief and support for refugees from the recent earthquake, mitigate their suffering and help them put their lives back together. We are helping the evacuees from the Port-au-Prince and surrounding areas who will be seeking refuge outside of the stricken capital, providing shelter, food and access to medical supplies.We are placing our organization's long experience in development activities at the service of the community and would appreciate everyone's support at this time. The immediate impact will be to feed and house as many families as possible suffering today from the terrible events of the recent earthquake.The key long-term goals of our development projects in Haiti are to increase farmer income, produce nutritionally enhanced food, and to improve the environment with commercial fruit trees. The programs involves high revenue tree crops, improved seeds, cash crops and marketing initiatives. Working directly with farmers, we are able to provide practical solutions to deforestation and subsistence farming. We offer commercial quality plant materials and the technical assistance needed for successful production and marketing. Practical agricultural training and hands-on technical assistance are essential means to achieve these goals.

Art Creation Foundation For Children Inc

Art Creation Foundation for Children (ACFFC), is an arts based non-profit organization created for the personal growth, empowerment, and education of children in need in Jacmel, Haiti. The ACFFC provides art instruction, tutoring, medical care, daily food and water, and educational expenses for students in the program. ACFFC is a pacifist, apolitical, non-governmental organization with no religious organization affiliations.

Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) is a U.S.-based human rights non-profit organization. Established in 2004, it is a partnership of human rights advocates in Haiti and the U.S., dedicated to tackling the root causes of injustice that impacts basic human rights in Haiti. In partnership with its Haiti-based sister organization, the law firm Bureau des Avocats Internationaux, IJDH brings together litigation, advocacy, training, and grassroots solidarity to advance justice and human rights, in Haiti. For more information about IJDH's work across rule of law, access to justice, and accountability please visit:

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