Trusted organizations that could use financial help for hurricane relief

We have been humbled by the outpouring of genuine love and effective prayer by so many. Grateful we are all safe and sound and our village did not endure significant damage. Thankful for a staff of dedicated Haitians that didn’t hesitate to come to work and care for those children in our acute malnutrition inpatient program and cholera hospital. We will spend the day returning our cholera patients to the cholera treatment center, cleaning up, and plan to reopen our outpatient clinic tomorrow morning.

Mixed with joy and relief is an ache for those in parts of Haiti that received the brunt of Hurricane Matthew. Please continue to pray for these people and the country of Haiti. With so many crops being decimated, there is a real concern regarding food supply/ prices in the months to come. 

We know many of you would like to donate to help with the needs of those most affected by hurricane Matthew. We would like to list those that we know here in Haiti that are in need of help or are helping those most affected.  Please consider helping these organizations below.  If you are unable to help financial please pray for them as these next weeks and months to come will be hard for all involved.

Little Footprints, Big Steps (LES CAYES) Morgan Wienberg (www.littlefootprintsbigsteps.com) We know her personally

Little Footprints, Big Steps was founded to aid in rescuing children from situations of abuse, slavery, homelessness or severe neglect in Haiti. We do this by reuniting families, supporting education and opportunities for self-sufficiency and dignity through our programs and services and collaborations.

God’s Littlest Angels (FORT JACQUES) John and Dixie Bickel (http://www.glahaiti.org) We know them personally

God’s Littlest Angels has ministered to the children of Haiti since 1994 and has been involved in international adoptions since 1997. GLA is involved in several children’s ministries in the local community. In the year 2000, GLA implemented a school sponsorship program for children unable to attend school due to the lack of funds.

Heartline Ministries-relief (http://heartlineministries.org/relief/)

Heartline Ministries is launching an emergency relief and recovery program to meet the critical needs of children and families we serve and provide much needed resources to partner organizations working in the worst affected areas

Haitian Health Foundation (JEREMIE)  (www.haitianhealthfoundation.org)

They run medical clinics, train health agents for 100s villages in Grand’Anse department, nutrition programs, school lunches, latrines, clean water, build houses, pigs/goats program.

Community of Hope Haiti. (GRAND VIDE, LA GONAVE) Brian Tucker  (www.communityofhopehaiti.org).
 Serving western La Gonave island villages; Grand Vide, Boden, Trou Louis. Can support online, or send support to: Community of Hope Haiti Inc. C/O GWCM.  828 Lane Allen Road, Suite 224. Lexington, KY 40504

Harvest Field Ministries  (http://www.harvestfieldhaiti.org/)

We’re a non-profit, Christian organization committed to meeting the spiritual, physical, and educational needs of impoverished families in Haiti.

Hearts with Haiti (http://heartswithhaiti.org/)

No time for Poverty (http://notimeforpoverty.org/)

Clinic and malnutrition center so equipped to meet the needs in the community if given the resources.


Christian Veterinary Mission  Kelly Crowdis- (www.cvmusa.org)
after a week or so of aid we will start to help people with grants to get their agriculture going again – planting, animals whatever they need.


Water Missions International (www.watermission.org)

Clean water solutions for global water crisis.


Mission Aviation Fellowship Michael Broyles https://www.maf.org/

will soon begin coordinating flights of relief supplies to Les Cayes, Jeremie, and Dame Marie – if the airstrips can be landed on.


We will add to this list as we here of other trusted places.  Thanks so much!!!


  1. TR SHIVELY says

    You might consider Haiti Companions. H C is an NGO that run healthcare(medical and dental)clinics for all ages and support the running of established schools in the mountains of Haiti.

  2. Jean Marc Brissau says

    The Rotary club of Leogane

  3. Jean Marc Brissau says

    The Rotary Clubs of Haiti are present in almost all the major cities. We count 23 clubs that at part of district 7020.

  4. Alabaster Box International, Inc. says

    Serving the mountain of Haiti outside of Kenscoff. Much damage to homes, school and garden. When gardens are destroyed there is no income and no food. Please support online, at gofundme.com/HELPFORTHE MOUNTAIN. and for more information visit our web-site at (www.alabasterboxintl.com). God Bless

  5. Diann Pierce says

    Licia – you, your family and work have been in our prayers. Thank you for providing names of those who need help, as we know there are very many.

  6. Jeanne Lumpkin says

    Thank you for this Licia! Love and Prayers to you all!


  7. L. Miguez says

    Don’t forget the amazing Canadian organization of doctors that have been helping Haitians since the earthquake of 2010, called Broken Earth at http://www.brokenearth.ca

  8. Rebecca says

    Please consider helping those on the Island of La Gonave. I served with this group on a mission trip in April earlier this year, and they are awesome. They will use your money wisely and responsibly, and there is currently a fund specifically set up for hurricane relief. Their admin expenses are less than 1% of the total funds raised, as they are an all volunteer organization. Therefore, 99 cents of every dollar goes directly to the relief efforts in Haiti. They are also a 501(c)3 organization which means your donations are tax deductible for US tax purposes. https://lagonavepartners.kindful.com

  9. Adicia says

    Please add Village Partners International to your list. 20 years of service in Haiti, annual medical mission trips, support a local hospital, provide nutritional resuscitation and medications, currently fundraising for well construction and cholera preventing latrines

  10. Mark Storey says

    I am looking to bring a group of volunteers to Haiti to help with the relief efforts. Can you recommend an organization looking for volunteers at this time?

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