hurricane matthew, haiti

Destroyed houses are seen after Hurricane Matthew hit Jeremie, Haiti, October 6, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Being a native of south florida I have become very accustomed to Hurricanes spoiling any plans but I have been fortunate enough to tell about it after they come and go. Unfortunately, the case is not the same for many especially those in the Caribbean islands who seem to always get the first sample of these storms. Last weekend was no different as my home country of Haiti was hit by Hurricane Matthew with the death toll ranging from 800-1000 depending on what source you happened to use. What usually occurs in these natural disasters is this rush of aid but I wanted to make sure that the aid was actually going to the right organizations.(I will elaborate later this week why the RedCross isn't one of them) I would like to say thanks to my friends (Santra Denis, Naa-Dei Kotey) as they have taken the hard work out of looking for said organizations, so below please check out one of the many organizations and provide support any which way you can.

Lambi Fund of Haiti (
Sowaseed (
Haiti Communitere (
Sakala Haiti (
SOIL Haiti (
Konbit Solèy Leve (
Volontariat pour le Développement d'Haïti (
Fondation Aquin Solidarité (…/fondation-aquin…/)
Color of Hope (
Hope for Today Outreach (
Fokal (
Prodev (

Here are some non-Haitian organizations with proven track records of helping and partnering with Haitians:

Doctors without Borders (
Roots of Development (
Partners in Health (
Border of Lights (
Nova Hope for Haiti (

If there any other local organizations that you are aware of please leave their info in my comments because I can always edit this post later on.
Thanks for all the support following the tragic disaster brought on by Hurricane Matthew

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