Norfolk, VA 23513
1Hope4Haiti is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education of the of Haiti by connecting benevolence sponsors to Haiti underprivileged children.
Little Compton, RI 02837
1000jobsHaiti was founded in 2008 with one purpose – to fight extreme poverty in Haiti by working to create sustainable jobs at fair wages.
Since unemployment and underemployment affect over 75% of the Haitian population and are the main causes of the grinding poverty so pervasive in Haiti, it makes sense to us to attack these twin social and economic maladies directly by focusing our resources on job creation. Thus all our programs have the same goal – job creation.
Philanthropic Shopping for a Cause
When working with women’s groups, who do artisanal work, our focus is on the long term sustainability of the job. Thus we measure our results not only by the number of jobs provided in a project, but also by the progress toward sustainability of the activity. We are not in the charity business. We are in the opportunity business. Instead of, or in addition to making a charitable donation to Haiti, you can now shop for the philanthropic cause of supporting the working women there to thrive, not just survive.
The faces that you see on this website are the faces of our partners in this work – not the recipients of charity.
4HNYC Inc. is a non-profit organization compassionately dedicated to improving the lives of poor children throughout Haiti and supporting their academic success. Established in New York City in 2012, a group of concerned young professionals in the tri-state area believed through educating the Haitian youth, influential results can be made to develop the country economically.
4HNYC hosts an annual happy hour on Haitian Flag Day, geared to raising funds to supply book bags with school supplies for students.
In furtherance of these charitable and educational purposes, the Corporation shall:
(a) identify primary and secondary schools in need throughout Haiti and deliver school supplies to them;
(b) raise money to help subsidize students’ tuition for primary and secondary schools in Haiti; and
(c) help develop after-school programs for children and teenagers in Haiti.
3111 Country Club Dr
Charlotte, NC 28205
Pastor Jean states, “The vision is to create A New Haiti through the strategic training and mentoring of Haitians, in partnership with the global community, in order to create healthy and sustainable Haitian families and communities. This vision can become a reality through the Haitian people loving and valuing themselves, and being loved and valued by others, just as God loves and values them.”
Rue 3 (en face 23) Parc Industriel Shodecosa, Rte Ntle #1
ACDI/VOCA is an economic development organization that fosters broad-based economic growth, raises living standards, and creates vibrant communities. Based in Washington, D.C., ACDI/VOCA has worked in 146 countries since 1963. Its expertise is in catalyzing investment, climate smart agriculture, empowerment & resilience, institutional strengthening, and market systems.
ACDI/VOCA / (pronounced A-C-D-I-Vōca) / n
1. The name ACDI/VOCA dates back to the 1997 merger of Agricultural Cooperative Development International and Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance. Both were nonprofit international economic development organizations [founded by the U.S. cooperative community.] The merger achieved new economies of scale and blended the complementary strengths of ACDI’s long-term development approaches and VOCA’s people-to-people volunteer activities. 2. Now known by acronym only.
Founded in 1963
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
Total revenues for ACDI/VOCA and Affiliates of approximately $143 million
45 active projects in 29 countries
~1,270 current employees:
U.S. – ~150
Overseas – ~1,120
200–300 short-term technical consulting assignments per year
New York, New York 10004
Action Against Hunger fights hunger through the prevention, detection and treatment of malnutrition, especially during and after emergency situations of war, conflict and natural disaster. To tackle the underlying causes of malnutrition and its effects, we use our expertise in nutrition, food security, water and sanitation, health and advocacy. Integrating our programs with local and national structures helps ensure long-term sustainability.
The activities of ActionAid in Haiti began in 1997. ActionAid Haiti supports poor people’s basic rights and needs, working at a practical level to improve access to basic services. We lobby the government and others for changes to the policies and practices that affect poor people’s lives.
Lafiteau, Ouest, Haiti
An Organization dedicated to help local Haitian farmers building a better Haiti for its citizens.
RICHMOND, VA 23223
Adopt Haiti Project seeks to aid Haiti by bringing Virginians and Haitians together through cultural programs, educational and informational platforms, and social events. We will share Haiti’s strengths, riches, talents, and passions through the eyes & lives of the Haitian people.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Through an international network, ADRA delivers relief and development assistance to individuals in more than 130 countries—regardless of their ethnicity, political affiliation, or religious association. By partnering with communities, organizations, and governments, ADRA is able to improve the quality of life of millions through 9 impact areas.