The Haitian Health Foundation (HHF) relies on the support of individuals like you to provide health and social services to more than 100 impoverished mountain villages in and around Jérémie—increasing the health and well-being of 225,000 needy Haitians.
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HHF works very hard to reduce all overhead expenses, ensuring that over 92 cents of every dollar donated directly reaches the thousands of children and women served each year. Here are few ways you can make a difference:
- Support the Foundation with an unrestricted donation, helping operations and maintenance of the outpatient clinics. These important dollars help to pay our Haitian staff, purchase pharmaceuticals, supplies, food, gasoline and replacement parts for vehicles, etc.,—all very necessary to continue our outreach to the poor in Haiti. Donate now >>
- Designate your gift to one of our many programs, including Adopt-a-Village or Feed-a-Child. Learn more about our programs.
- Find out more about other ways to give to give to HHF (i.e., wills, life insurance, annuities, matching gifts, etc.).
- Who needs another coffee mug or candle? Instead, ask your friends, colleagues and relatives to give a donation to the poor in lieu of holiday and birthday gifts! Donate now >>
HHF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, meaning that your gift is 100% tax deductible. HHF relies on donations from individuals, private foundations, religious organizations, civic groups, schools, etc., to continue to provide the means for survival to our most destitute neighbors in Haiti.
HHF has received the highest rating—four stars—by Charity Navigator for 5 consecutive years. This designation, awarded to very few charities, proves that HHF provides excellent services, strict financial accountability and an overhead of less than 8%, ensuring that nearly 93 cents of your donated dollar goes directly to services for the poor.