Haiti Relief & Rebuild Fund
UPDATE: We're renewing our commitment to Haiti and seeking to raise an additional $50,000 for the Haiti Relief & Rebuild Fund. During the first year, we raised and distributed $100,000 to our initial partners, World Concern and Partners in Health, to provide immediate disaster relief.
There has been much progress but there's much more work to be done. [Read more]
Renewing our Commitment: Rebuild & Development
As we enter into this next phase, funds will be invested with Rebuilding and Development as our goals. The first $50,000 will support our ongoing partnership with World Concern and their partnership proposal of Cholera Education and Treatment, Rebuilding Homes, and Grant Distributions to Small Businesses. With the additional funds, we'll continue to vet for smaller NGOs and CBOs doing work in Haiti that align with our vision of moving from Relief to Rebuilding/Development.
How you can help?
- Donate any amount.
- Calculate and donate your day's wages.
- Give up your birthday and start a campaign.
- Start a group campaign for your school, church, company, etc?
- What's your idea? Start an Idea for a Cause campaign.
Haiti Relief Fund - Phase 1 | ODW was proud to partner with World Concern and Partners in Health, organizations doing relief and rebuilding work in Haiti. World Concern maintains an excellent reputation for their humanitarian work, but also have a strong history and presence in Haiti. They have worked in Haiti since 1978 and serve roughly 125,000 Haitians annually. Their office in Port Au Prince is still standing and they are engaged in emergency relief work right now.
Partners in Health has been working on the ground in Haiti for over 20 years. Their mission is to bring modern medical care to poor communities in nine countries around the world, including Haiti. You can find more information on their current Haiti relief efforts via their blog.
ODW raised and distributed $100,000 funds to our partners as they engaged the critical work of disaster relief.
As always, we'll report back to our community how the funds are being used on the ground and upon availability, provide stories, photos, and videos.
Haiti Relief & Rebuild Fund Progress
Raised So Far
Donations to this Fund
|NATHAN PIERCE||$317.46||Thank you.||03.08.2013|
|Anonymous||$50.00||Happy birthday Karen! Love your heart for the people of Haiti.||11.14.2012|
|Microsoft Gift Matching||$175.00||-||08.17.2012|
|Ambassador Bible Church||$281.00||-||07.13.2012|
|Mary G. Loveland||$50.00||06.28.2012|
|Breakin' For Haiti 2012||$457.00||-||04.24.2012|
|Anonymous||$10.00||Payment of 10.00 USD submitted through PayPal.||04.23.2012|
|William Hochberg||$50.00||In honor of Noah Do's 7th Birthday||03.10.2012|
|Anonymous||$317.46||Thank you for allowing me to help in this way.||03.08.2012|
|Lisa Hammond||$50.00||Payment of 50.00 USD submitted through PayPal.||02.27.2012|
|Dan Nagal||$20.00||God's blessings!||12.17.2011|
|Anonymous||$66.00||To God Be The Glory!||12.11.2011|
|Ka Vang||$20.00||Glory to God. God has such great plans!||06.09.2011|
|Anonymous||$100.00||In behalf of Matthew C. Wang||05.13.2011|
|NW Conference of the ECC||$826.00||-||04.30.2011|
|Carmen Chan||$100.00||Inspired by "Mountains Beyond Mountains" by Tracy Kidder, a book about the work of Partners in Health & Dr. Farmer's life dedication to Haiti.||04.08.2011|
|leah mendoza||$250.00||Thank you to the families who hired me in the month of March for my fundraising! The other $250 is going to Japan.||03.31.2011|
|Breakin' for Haiti||$1,753.25||-||03.12.2011|
|Anonymous||$20.00||This is a great program!!!!||03.01.2011|
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