Donations for Victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

Haiti has endured indescribable devastation for years, most recently by Hurricane Matthew. Would you be willing to help fill a container with non perishable items – baby pampers, wipes, clothing? If so, please contact us.

You can also donate money by clicking here, then completing the online donation form.

Your donation is tax deductible and will help to alleviate the suffering endured by the victims of this tragedy.

Did you Know?

Frederick Douglass served as Minister Resident/Consul General┬áto Haiti from June 26, 1889 to November 14, 1889.┬áHe delivered a Speech on Haiti at the World’s Fair on January 2, 1893, following is an excerpt from that speech:

“We should not forget that the freedom you and I enjoy today,” he said, “is largely due to the brave stand taken by the black sons of Haiti ninety years ago . . . striking for their freedom, they struck for the freedom of every black man in the world.”

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