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.
Vienna, VA 22183 USA
The Alliance works with communities in rural Haiti to provide a quality education for all children.
P.O. Box 94
Traverse City, MI 49685
We are a small Christian group of servants who love Jesus with all our heart, souls, and minds. Who recognize that we owe everything to Jesus, who recognize we want to spread the truths of Jesus Christ, as it is found in the bible.
Delmas, Haiti Ht 6120
APF (The Association of the Peasants of Fondwa) is national NGO of Haiti focused on grassroots development and empowerment in rural communities. APF aims to provide tools and resources that allow peasants to pull themselves out of poverty.
Over the past 25 years, APF has worked in the village of Fondwa and surrounding communities to develop clean drinking water, a road connecting hard to reach villages, a primary and secondary school, health clinic, radio station, credit union, and guest house.
In 2004, the University of Fondwa (UNIF) was established. As the only university in all of rural Haiti, UNIF provides higher education to students coming from extremely remote areas. UNIF students return to their home communities throughout their course of study to share their knowledge of agronomy, business management, and veterinary medicine.
On January 12, 2010, most of the infrastructure built by APF was destroyed, and Fondwa suffered many losses. However, the APF community is hopeful for the future. Since 2010, the APF has remobilized, and is using the resources and partnerships available to us to rebuild and restore all that had been lost.
We have constructed a temporary university for the students, and have converted shipping containers into dormitories. We are now process of rebuilding our primary school, Saint Antoine. Please explore the different photo albums in the gallery to view our progress.
All of our programs are based in Fondwa, however our headquarters are based in Port-au-Prince.
Fondwa is a small community village in the western province of Haiti between Léogane and Jacmel. It is the 10th Communal Section of Léogane and about 30 minutes apart from Jacmel and Léogane. Fondwa is 80 kilometers from Port-au-Prince, a 2 hour-drive. The region has a total area of 28 square kilometers and a population of 8,000 people. Fondwa is a mountainous region and more than 80% of the population is peasants. More than 50% of the population is less than 20 years old. There are 6 other rural communities which benefit from the work of APF, about 50,000 individuals all together.
L’Association Ayiti Éducation oeuvre depuis 1998 pour la formation d’instituteurs/trices et pour la scolarisation d’enfants en Haiti.
Ayiti Education assure le fonctionement du centre Jules Verne situé à Pétionville, dans la banlieue de Port-au-Prince, en Haïti.
Ce centre est constitué d’une école de formation d’instituteurs (sur 3 années), d’une école primaire (de la maternelle au CM2) et d’un collège.
P.O. Box 1624
Lima, OH 45802
To provide education, healthcare, nutrition, and shelter to the children and young adults of Haiti, left homeless by the devastating earthquake of January 12, 2010.
HELP US EDUCATE THE CHILDREN OF HAITI FOR A
CHANCE AT A BETTER FUTURE!
WE’LL HAVE A MULTIGENERATIONAL IMPACT IN THE LIVES OF THE PEOPLE OF HAITI. WE SEE HAITI AS A LAND WHERE YOUNG GIRLS AND BOYS WILL LIVE A LONG, FULFILLING LIVES WITH ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES TO ACHIEVE THEIR LIMITLESS GOD-GIVEN POTENTIALS.
P.O. BOX 260097
To spread hope in underprivileged provinces in Haiti and the state by positively impacting the lives of children. our mission is to put a smile on the faces of children in need.
We serve NY and its surroundings as well as the provinces in Haiti such as Aux Cayes, Torbeck and Port Salut
61400 St Hilaire le chatel
CAMAHA est une ONG française créée en 2009 qui à pour objectifs majeurs d’œuvrer pour l’habitat social en bois anticyclonique et parasismique après une catastrophe naturelle.Actuellement acteur sur 2 zones, l’une Haïti, où l’association fabrique des abris d’urgence en bois (déjà près de 3000) et autres constructions publiques (Hôpital, orphelinat, école..) mais aussi forme des personnes aux métiers du bois afin que les habitants reconstruisent eux-mêmes leurs logis (Plusieurs ONG partenaires tel que : ACTED, MSF…). Second territoire : Cuba où est née l’initiative après le passage des cyclones Gustav et Ike. L’association participe à la restauration du patrimoine historique des maisons en bois, et a comme objectif d’œuvrer pour l’habitat des personnes âgées qui a été détruit et créer des ateliers de formations aux métiers du bois l’ensemble étant un moteur social : Ecologique, Economique, Durable, Rapide d’exécution, Facile à mettre en place.
Miami, FL 33176
COHEF (Children of Haiti Enhancement Foundation) has been supporting 5 elementary schools in Kenscoff in addition to the university scholarships you were interested in.
CHARLOTTE , NC 28205
Christian Hearts for Haiti is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on distributing school supplies directly to students in the Public School and the Baptist School in Saint Louis Du Sud, Haiti. We work with the Baptist Preacher and the Public School principal to accomplish that goal.