Holdrege, Nebraska 68949-0206
Crayons for Haiti is the beginning of a movement to educate children living in below poverty conditions in Haiti on how to maximize on their available resources in agriculture and in the arts.
By encouraging literacy in children along with their parents, it promotes growth and sparks creative brainstorming to find solutions for daily challenges, such as having pencils and paper to write on, or crayons to color.
A little bit can go a long way.
We know that by encouraging our little ones and teaching them about what is available in their own backyards, and how to maintain it, will surely promote a better quality of life and positive hope for the future.
Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Flying High for Haiti is a non-profit organization that takes its name from the Haitian children who enjoy making their own kites from plastic garbage and sticks. The goal of Flying High for Haiti is to empower communities through sustainable development by providing access to educational opportunities.
Flying High for Haiti is an exempt organization as described in section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Universal City, Texas
To support Christian disciple-making entities in Haiti who use creative self-sustaining means to provide industrial arts, business, and language education.
PO Box 81026, Pittsburgh, PA, 15217
Haiti Friends, through art, expands awareness of the culture of the Haitian people and their economic and ecological needs while improving the environmental conditions in Haiti.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90028
The Haiti International Film Festival showcases the work of emerging Haitian filmmakers and artists dedicated to expose the humanity of Haitian culture.
MISSION: Partnering with our Sister Church and artisans in Haiti to help create self sustaining income through exposure and sales of their works, helping create business and educational opportunities through a Haitian operated Boutique in Borel, Haiti.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Konbit Mizik Corp. is a NYS 501(c)3 non-profit corporation (EIN # 45-2704968) based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Originally conceived as a project in the wake of the 2010 earthquake to provide financial relief and joy to Haiti’s talented musical youth, producer & keyboardist Ian Evans teamed up with filmmaker Nick Cannell and they began to seek, record, and film artists in some of the most neglected parts of Port-au-Prince.
With a common love for music and strong community support, Konbit Mizik’s name and recognition grew throughout the streets of Haiti. In 2011, we incorporated and expanded the mission of Konbit Mizik to truly leverage the power of music as a vehicle for social transformation. In August 2013, we received tax-exempt status from the IRS.
Konbit Mizik uses music to engage youth in grassroots organizing, community service, education and development. We accomplish our mission by breaking it into 3 parts:
1) to provide free production, video, and career management services to local, underground musical artists in Haiti
2)[In Development] We are developing a platform to support teachers and classrooms in need of crucial supplies for their students, bought and delivered locally in Haiti.
3) to mobilize communities throughout Haiti with collective action to address local problems and uplift those least fortunate
OUR TRANSPARENCY & ACCOUNTABILITY
Konbit Mizik requires that over 75% of our budget goes directly to program services. All funds expended are reviewed, categorized, and authorized by the multilingual staff of WND Accounting, Inc. to assure complete transparency to our donors.
Konbit Mizik is a culturally- and historically-conscious NGO and we simultaneously reject the perpetuation of Haiti’s dependency on international agencies while we celebrate Haiti’s beauty and riches with the world.
As our movement grows from the ghettos to the mountaintops, Konbit Mizik steadfastly remains committed to “le voix tout moun” or “the voice of the people.”
RAW Haiti is a registered 501c3, Massachusetts-based, non-profit organization, established in 2012. Our programs focus on recovery from poverty and increasing mental health support for youth in Haiti. The Haitian people have a strong understanding of many physical and mental manifestations of stress. Haitian children love to engage in creative programs such as yoga, dancing, and other forms of artistic expression. Our Youth Development Coaches provide after school programs and activities. Weekly classes are grounded in building each child’s sense of creativity and confidence. RAW Haiti focuses on empowering the next generation of Haiti to be leaders. The RAW Haiti team provides diverse services on multiple levels, such as contributing to supplies, food, water, medical, dental, and programming for children.