A Call For Action: Help Haiti

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 share this list of only the most reputable organizations that are  in Haiti and that are in need of help or are helping those most affected.  Please consider helping these organizations below.  If you are unable to help financially please send your prayers for them as these next weeks and months will be so hard for all of those involved. Please be sure to share and list any other organizations that may be missing from this list on our Instagram page @Thehoodwitch Thank you! 

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

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.


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.


People who would like to contribute to Direct Relief’s Hurricane Matthew response can do so by visiting Direct Relief’s donation page and directing their donation to “Hurricane Matthew.”


As with other large-scale emergencies, Direct Relief will use all contributions designated for Hurricane Matthew solely for relief and recovery efforts related to Hurricane Matthew.

No portion of any contribution for Hurricane Matthew will be used for fundraising purposes. A bequest pays 100% of Direct Relief’s fundraising expenses.