The Foundation of Haiti Relief Fund’s goal is to solicit, collect, and otherwise raise funds to provide disaster relief; to collect and distribute medical supplies, food, clothing and other necessary items; to aid and assist exclusively the residents of Haiti and organizations doing humanitarian work in Haiti. Haiti Relief Fund, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 Not For Profit Foundation of the Internal Revenue Code, classified as a Public Charity, in the United State of America.
All donations to Haiti Relief Fund, Inc. are fully tax deductible.
Haiti before the earthquake was already one of the poorest nation on earth. Then on January 12, 2010 a major earthquake hit with a magnitude of 7.0 which devastated Haiti. The capital, Port-au-Prince, was flattened with all the government buildings, leaving the government cripple. Over 200,000 people perished, leaving millions homeless in deplorable conditions in tent cities. Can you imagine the poorest countries, and then with such an enormous tragedy, emergency care and health care become and remain vital. Haiti Relief Fund has been helping by making large donations of medical supplies and equipment to almost all the public hospitals large and small, inside and out side of Port-au-Prince to help with the emergency and improve health care.
General Humanitarian Aid:
Over the past two years, Haiti Relief Fund has been providing basic emergency relief to the earthquake victims of Haiti. • By providing basic needs of food, water, clothing, temporary shelter, hygiene materials such as soap, chlorine bleach to fight contagious diseases, medical supplies. Assist in rebuilding homes, schools, medical clinics by distributing donated building, educational and medical materials. which is part of Haiti Relief Fund’s mission to continue as humanitarian relief.
During the Cholera epidemic from October 17, 2010, Haiti Relief Fund has been one of the most helpful in preventing and fighting Cholera by distributing and donating lactated ringers, chlorine bleach and antibiotic, to almost all the CTC’s (Cholera Treatment Centers) and hospitals inside and outside Port-au-Prince.
During the months of May and June 2011, the Cholera epidemic exploded again and became pandemic, now in the 13 section communal of Carrefour. While Haiti Relief Fund’s Chairman Carlo Thertus was in an emergency response at the Mairie of Carrefour he learned that Cholera was ravaging the people deep within mountains, where NO other NGO goes to. Immediately, Haiti Relief Fund set up an expedition crew of 35 with mules loaded with Cholera prevention flyers to do formation and distributed, soaps, aqua-table, serum oral and chlorine bleach to reach the cholera victims in these mountain villages. Still today, we continue to send expedition crews on the 10 -13 hour walk to the mountains to help fight Cholera. With your help, Haiti Relief Fund can and will continue to do such strategical and important work to help the people in need in Haiti.
Rebuilding Aid Efforts:
Haiti Relief Fund assists in rebuilding schools, medical clinics and hospitals. As healthcare is vital in Haiti, Haiti Relief Fund is focused on donating medical equipment, medical supplies and medicine to all major hospital inside and outside of Port-au-Prince.
Health Care Aid Efforts:
Haiti Relief Fund had been donating barrels of chlorine bleach, aqua table pills, lactated ringers and antibiotics to all major hospitals and CTC Cholera Treatment Centers in and around Port-au-Prince help in the fight against cholera. Also, Haiti Relief Fund’s expedition crew has been throughout the south east mountains of Haiti doing cholera prevention.
Haiti Relief Fund is in the process of building The Haiti Relief Fund Hospital to serve as a Medical Emergency Center in Duval Roche, Croix-Des-Bouquets. It will consist of 14 prefabricated homes donated from SukUp Manifacturers with the collaboration of the Mairie of Croix-Des-Bouquets.
From Relief to Development:
Haiti Relief Fund Goals is to Build Schools for Underprivileged Children.
This program is to help educate underprivileged children in remote rural areas in Haiti. In most of the rural areas there are thousands of children that don’t and cannot go to school because their are no school to go to. Haiti Relief Fund’s educational development is to build and financially support the school budget yearly, monitor the children’s educational progress throughout their years of learning.
Haiti Relief Fund is Building This Community School of Bedon.
Haiti Relief Fund is in the process of building schools for under-privilege children places where they never had a school before. The first, in memory of William Eisenberg Community School of Bedon, 14th Section Morne a Chandelle south east of Haiti. This school will give thousands of children that never go to school, the opportunity to go to school and you know education is the building block of any nation, the children needs your help.
The William Eisenberg Community School of Bedon, in 14th Section Morne a Chandelle will serve other communities near Locality Bedon, including Grand Bois, Baroni, Nan Chabon, Haute Bedon and Grand Riviere Eau-Fou. Within these localities nearby and Locality Bedon in 14th Section Morn a Chandelle, there are about 4,000 Children that have not been able to go to school because there is no school. This is the first time the children in these localities have the opportunity for an education.
Haiti Relief Fund is Building This Community School of Angibeau.
The School will also serve other communities near Angibeau including Ca Signo, Morin, Thebeau, Beau Joly, Nan Bal and Dobige. Within these localities near and Angibeau in 16th Section Taifet there are about 3,000 children that have never had access to an education. This is the first time the children in these localities have the opportunity to go to school.
Haiti Relief Fund is Building This Community School of Coupeau.
Haiti Relief Fund is building a community school in the 18th Section Communal Coupeau, southeast of Haiti. The School will also serve other communities near Coupeau including Ti Place, Tabatis, Bois Loray, La Plaine, Haute Coupeau, Nan Terre Rouge, Anbas Nanbois and Fond Bois. Within these localities near and Coupeau there are about 3,500 children that have never had access to an education. This is the first time the children in these localities have the opportunity to go to school.
Haiti Relief Fund Inc. has adopted a non-discriminating policy and does not discriminate to any of its Volunteers, Officers and Recipients of their services based on race, creed, color, gender or religion.