Virginia Beach, VA 23467 USA
To raise and equip Christian leaders.
To restore and strengthen the broken lives.
To maximize their abilities and increase their resources.
Christians United for Haiti (CUH) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) humanitarian and missionary organization; which through practical teachings and training, support, and assistance will help the people of Haiti to improve their present conditions, save their lives, and build a better future for the glory of God.
Changing Conditions and Saving Lives through the Word of God
To Transform and Restore Broken Lives
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.
Lévis, Quebec G6V 4C3
For more than 45 years, Développement international Desjardins (DID) has been working with developing and emerging countries towards the goal of sharing the expertise and experience of Desjardins Group, the largest cooperative financial group in Canada. Our goal is to provide disadvantaged communities around the world with access to secure, diversified financial services that fit their needs.
A pioneer in the deployment and development of microfinance around the world, DID today is a leading contributor to the sector.
Miami, FL 33133 USA
EGI is a nonprofit business accelerator program in Port-au-Prince with a mission to expand entrepreneurship in Haiti and create sustainable jobs and businesses. Through EGI’s ten month business education training program, EGI provides free training, mentoring, access to legal services, and connections to Haitian investors for local entrepreneurs launching or expanding micro and small enterprises.
EGI’s method of operation is to:
-Offer high quality teaching, training, mentoring, access to finance, and personal finance skills to Haitian entrepreneurs free of charge so they have the necessary education and support to develop small enterprises, grow the economy, and create jobs
-Provide a pathway for new enterprises and small businesses to formally register with the government so that they can pay taxes, legally hire workers, and receive investments
-Develop and grow the Haitian business workforce and launch formal businesses that focus on sectors that add value to the Haitian economy, such as sustainable energy, agribusiness, health, and technology services
– Build an entrepreneurial ecosystem and network that connects new start-ups and ideas with the established Haitian private sector community
– Partner with the University of Notre Dame to incorporate a unique social impact experience for MBA students who consult with EGI
Entrepreneurs du Monde, founded in 1998, is a French public interest association which works with populations in developing countries. The organisation helps thousands of women and men living in extremely difficult circumstances to improve their living conditions, by supporting their own entrepreneurial ventures and giving them access to products which can bring significant health, economic and environmental benefits. Entrepreneurs du Monde helps these people create the conditions they need to become successful, and in turn make economic and social progress.
The modern and economical equipment it offers through its access to energy programmes improves the living conditions of beneficiaries, reduces the risk of poisoning and contributes to a reduction in large-scale deforestation.
Brooklyn, New York 11226
The organization’s name represents the address of our childhood home in Port-au-Prince, where our grandmother and mother offered food, shelter and love to countless children and neighbors over a span of more than 30 years. In honor of these women, we founded Haiti 155 shortly after the devastating earthquake in 2010, which both us survived, and have been working to rebuild and revitalize our country ever since.
Plymouth, MN 55442 USA
Micro-finance programs have made a difference throughout the developing world. With this idea in mind, Helping Haiti Work grew out of Dr. Leslee Jaeger’s volunteer medical mission work in Limbe, Haiti. Since this video was made, Helping Haiti Work has granted many more startup loans (160 total loans!) and still has a 100% payback rate.
Kay Tita is a social impact non-profit organization that serves as a conduit providing changemakers in Haiti with a safe space and the resources they need to increase their impact, develop skills, and establish key partnerships.
The organization was founded by David Pierre-Louis in 2010 after the devastating earthquake in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Named after David’s mother, Augusta Bienvenue, who goes by Tita, Kay Tita (pronounced: kai tea-tah) means Tita’s House.
We believe in providing Haiti’s future leaders with the resources and connections that they need to re-build Haiti’s economy. To that end, we focus on strengthening existing systems in Haiti that will create the greatest impact. Rather than simply delivering aid, we aim to ensure that this work is sustainable by forging critical partnerships and offering skills training that opens the door to opportunities.
West Chester Township, Butler County, Ohio
Mission Statement: “Sonje Ayiti is a group of Haitian and international humanitarians who collaborate to uplift the Haitian community through education, economic development, and health promotion.”
Who / What is Sonje Ayiti?
Sonje Ayiti was founded in the summer of 2004 by Gabrielle Aurel.
Gabie was born and raised in Haiti. Her parents were among the first wave of Haitians to make the treacherous journey to the United States. Her father sailed to Miami when Gabie was only 2-years old. Three years later, her mother attempted the journey and sadly never arrived.
Washington, DC 20036
Our origin traces back to the village of Adidome, Ghana. In 1963, our founder Ed Bullard traveled there with his family for a year of volunteer service.
Ed was captivated by the spirit and character of the Ghanaian people. But he was appalled by the depth of poverty that surrounded him. A businessman, Ed understood that the contrast between this poverty and his own prosperity came not from any innate difference between himself and a poor Ghanaian farmer.
Instead, the people he saw struggled because they lacked the knowledge, skills and tools needed to lift themselves out of poverty. So in 1968, Ed launched TechnoServe – short for “technology in the service of mankind.” He envisioned TechnoServe as a different type of nonprofit, one that would help poor people by connecting them to information and market opportunities.