New Haiti Foundation is working to give the people of Haiti the working chance they need. Our vision is to help millions of people help themselves out of poverty by providing them with the opportunity to grow their small, self-sustainable businesses. New Haiti Foundation values the impact that a small amount of money can have on the lives of the poor. We believe in starting small, small steps lead to big change.
New York, New York 10017
Episcopal Relief & Development is a compassionate response of the Episcopal Church to human suffering in the world. Hearing God’s call to seek and serve Christ in all persons and to respect the dignity of every human being, Episcopal Relief & Development faithfully administers the funds that are received from the Church and raised from other sources. It provides relief in times of disaster and promotes sustainable development. Episcopal Relief & Development cherishes its partnerships within the Anglican Communion, with ecumenical bodies and with others who share a common vision for justice and peace among all people.
Alexandria, VA 22315 USA
The Espwa Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to empowering Haitians in the fight against poverty. We share the love of Christ through projects in the Cap Haitien, Haiti area.
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.
3145 Cecelia Dr
Apopka, FL 32703
Haiti Help Med Plus, Inc. (HHMP) is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit, charitable, tax-exempt organization (FEI number: 200263595), registered in the state of Florida (registration Number: CH17094) in 2003. “Fondation Haiti Help Med”(FHAHM) is a sister organization registered in Haiti. We have provided sustainable aid to Haiti for over 12 years.
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.
PO Box 1227
Montrose, AL. 36559
Konbit Haiti exists to develop the poorest and most marginalized in society. We empower impoverished communities to create sustainable change by developing the family, business, and the environment.
We work with locals to provide the opportunities they need to change their environment. Our current focus is on the poorer and neglected communities in Montrouis, Haiti, and the remote mountain villages behind the city.
We partner with the local community to provide the opportunities for an under resourced community to grow holistically. We aim to help develop the unmet needs in a community by partnering with locals for sustained transformation. We do so by focusing on:
a) The Family: Breakdown of the family environment can lead to sever attrition of a communities health. We focus on helping local families by training and empowering them in order to help restore communities ability to sustain and develop themselves. Konbit Haiti currently impacts the family by training women, children, and couples via annual conferences and after school programs.
b) Business: We aim to help develop the local economy and support Konbit Haiti’s own operations and ministries through local business. By developing and discipling locals with the ability to run honest, innovative, and profitable businesses, we will be able to inspire and lead those within the community to also dream and innovate. By not only creating jobs, but developing local businesses, Konbit Haiti will have the ability to create a profound local impact on the community. Our main focus are those in extreme poverty, aiming to create immediate growth in the local economy. We train our staff to be leaders in the community. As we develop businesses, the indigenous leaders have more ability to disciple those coming out of cyclic poverty. Current businesses and projects include: Konbit Haiti moringa superfood products, Konbit Haiti women’s sewing co-op, local small business loans and development.
c) The Environment: Caring for and developing the earth is essential to creating the means for communities and individuals to have a self-sustainable livelihood. Konbit Haiti aims to focus on the environment in order to restore the opportunities naturally provided by the earth, we currently do so through the following efforts: locally led water, sanitation, and hygiene projects and training; recycling programs; agricultural training and development; and food co-operatives.
120 Bouvant Drive
Princeton, NJ 08540
We are committed to funding teacher salaries at College Mixte Marius Carnold so students can stay in school regardless of their ability to pay, providing job security and training to the teachers, and hope to the community. We lead groups of adults and students on summer trips to build ties with the Haitian community through construction projects, games, art, music and sport. We provide business training and entrepreneurial support to adults. Emphasis is on team work and cooperation in order to establish a genuine long term partnership with the schools and the community.
Alpharetta, GA 30005 USA
The vision of The 410 Bridge is to radically improve the pace and depth of growth in the spiritual and physical health of communities in the developing world by transforming the way that the body of Christ engages in healthy global missions.
By focusing on five main areas of community development, including education, water, discipleship, health and economic empowerment, The 410 Bridge works to restore dignity, purpose and freedom for people in rural, developing communities around the world.
The 410 Bridge gets its name from 1st Peter 4:10 “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.”
Ozone Park, NY 11417 USA
Our mission is to inspire our generation to take action for a better future. We are teaching them how to use two very powerful tools one can possess; Creativity and Talent.
“Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, you feed him for life.”
1- We host seminars in many cities in Haiti to educate the people about the power of positive thinking, and how they can use their struggles as a motivation to change their lives for the better.
2- We host business idea competitions in all the cities of Haiti, where lots of people come to present their business ideas. We have some judges, and an audience asking questions about their business ideas. The winners get cash prizes and free consultation to start his/her business.
3- We understand and value the power of social media, therefore we are using it wisely in order to reach and inspire more people. We have a Facebook page where we post weekly videos to provide useful tips, and inspire our people to stay focus.