Mission Statement

We are committed to supporting sustainable development in Haiti.


History

Aim4Haiti non-profit is committed to supporting sustainable development in Haiti.

Our dedicated team strive to support Haitian independence through micro-enterprise projects, including the sale of Haitian products.

In a effort to support local Haitian economic growth and Haitian independence, we do not ship donated foreign goods to Haiti, but strive to purchase medical supplies, clothing and food in country.

Haiti itself is a country striving to rebuild and regain independence after the devastation of the earthquake in 2010. As one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere, many families struggle to provide food and clothing for their children. Food insecurity is present, sources of clean water are scarce, and there is limited healthcare services, and the basic needs of humankind are often not being met on a regular basis.

Aim4Haiti advocates and promotes Haitian independence. We help connect Haitian healthcare providers, builders, painters and other Haitian professionals with volunteer and paid positions within Haiti. We hire only local Haitian builders, drivers and teachers.

If you wish to partner with us in helping support the work of The Little Brothers of St. Therese, Beausejour, Haiti or any of the other projects we are involved with, then please visit feel free to make a donation, or private message us via email or through Aim4Haiti facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/aim4haiti/ or follow us on Instagram @aim4haiti

A BIG thank you to all our 'Friends of Aim4Haiti' for their support and prayers thus far!

Gillian & team.

Email: aim4haiti@gmail.com

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Below are links to some other people/organizations Aim4Haiti has connections with, who also do great work in Haiti!

The Little Brothers of St. Therese of the Infant Jesus, Beausejour, Haiti. http://pfstej.net/

Caritas Haiti. http://communication-caritashaiti.org/


Beausejour farmers.

The road to Beausejour.


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