SEE Ayiti/Haiti | Grass Roots Community Development in Borgne, Haiti.

WHY SUPPORT US


“This is the highest impact contribution I’ve ever made.  When I saw how many people’s lives were improved through my first donation to H.O.P.E. I felt like I was making a huge difference in the world… and that’s why I keep coming back”.  Carol Shields, Rochester, NY


H.O.P.E. has become a truly amazing place to change the world.  Take a look at what you can accomplish:

  • A $5.00 donation pays for a complete medical treatment at a mobile clinic – the exam, the lab work and the medications!  There is no more efficient way to make sure that everyone is covered.  
  • $200 pays for a C-section for women whose lives and that of their babies, are in danger due to pregnancy complications.
  • $1500 pays for a mobile clinic to a rural village where there is otherwise NO professional medical care.
  • $3,000 will fund an entire tree nursery that will distribute 10,000 saplings and provide the training and support to ensure their growth – these are distributed across the entire community.
  • $5,000 pays for an education program that will reach 300 children who may otherwise never get any formal schooling.
  • $30,000 pays for an entire month of H.O.P.E./ASB Hospital operating expenses.  This is an amazing opportunity to become a principal in our work!  

These are only a few examples of how ANY level of contribution makes a big difference.  Please join us in this work!

How can this work?  Every dollar that H.O.P.E. receives is leveraged over five times through direct sources of aid/funding from other public and private sources (our Partners, NGO’s, foundation grants, etc.).  H.O.P.E. is responsible to operate the facilities, pay the staff, and purchase the lab supplies and medications.  Without our work, the entire system doesn’t work.  

Most importantly, all of our work keeps over 96% of every dollar directly in the community of Borgne.  H.O.P.E. is almost 100% volunteer and there is no more efficient community development organization in Haiti.


 

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