Haiti 2021 Earthquake Relief

Relief & Recovery Community Organizations

  • The BCPS community can also support Haiti 2021 Earthquake Relief and Recovery efforts through the additional resources listed below.

    BCPS is only providing information that may be of interest to the community and is not endorsing the resources listed below.

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami, Inc (305-754-2444)   
    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is collecting financial contributions to help those affected by the earthquake in Haiti.          

    Donate Online: ccadm.org   

    Family Action Network Movement (305-756-8050)
    FANM’s Haiti Relief Fund will go directly to support those impacted by this tragedy. Monetary contributions will go directly to organizations on the ground that are deeply rooted in their communities and have a long track record.    

    Donate Online: fanm.org/help-haiti      

    FOKAL Haiti Relief: Support for organizations in the Southern Peninsula of Haiti
    FOKAL will receive donations to channel funds to smallholder farmers associations, grassroots women’s organizations and small local ethical enterprises that are the true first responders on the ground as well as the best agents to strengthen grassroots network, self-care communities, local advocacy and economic recovery.

    Donate Online: secure.givelively.org/donate/ayiti-demen/fokal-haiti-relief-support-for-organizations-in-the-southern-peninsula-of-haiti     

    Donate via Check or Bank Account                                  
    Beneficiary Name: Fondation Connaissance et Liberté
    Address: PO Box 2720, 143, Ave Christophe
    Country: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Account number: 141-1022-1244226

    Food for the Poor (954-427-2222)
    Donations and monetary contributions will support missions to deliver food, water, disaster relief and emergency aid.

    Donate Online:  foodforthepoor.org

    Donate Items in Person: Coconut Creek Warehouse 6401 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, Florida, 33073 Monday - Friday between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (see website for a list of needed items)

    Gaskov Clergé Foundation (561-510-1113)
    GCF is currently assessing the needs to prepare a sustainable strategy in response to this devastation.  In the meantime, Klinik Fonfred will deploy a special wound care unit to work alongside other respondents in Les Cayes.  Donations will go towards the purchase of water, food and other in-country logistical resources.    

    Donate Online:  gaskov.org/gcf-earthquakerelief
    Donate Items in Person/Mail: Fire Station 1, 200 NE 1st Street, Boynton Beach, Florida 33435 (see website for a list of needed items)

    Man DoDo (786-624-9009)
    Man DoDo is teaming up with our longtime partner the Mission Evangélique Baptiste du Sud d’Haïti (MEBSH) to come to the aid of those impacted by this devastating earthquake. MEBSH is the largest organization in the South, Grand Anse and Nippes departments, where the earthquake caused considerable damages, including several hundred deaths.                                                                  

    Donate Online:  mandodo.org/donate

    Neighbors 4 Neighbors
    Neighbors 4 Neighbors is working to provide relief to Haiti after the devastating earthquake felt on August 14th.

    Donate Online:  neighbors4neighbors.org/haitifund

    Project St. Anne (projectstanne.org)
    Project St. Anne is an international grassroots non-profit organization established by Haitian Americans in 2008. Donations will help deliver food, water, and hope to the community of Camp-Perrin, which was directly hit by the latest earthquake. Be a helping hand!      


    Save The Children (1-800-728-3843)
    Save the Children has a long history of responding to natural disasters, including the 2010 earthquake in Haiti which left more than 220,000 people dead. Your urgent support is needed to help our emergency relief efforts and provide aid as quickly as possible.    

    Donate Online:  savethechildren.org      

    UNICEF USA (800-367-5462)  
    UNICEF is on the ground in the aftermath of a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Haiti, where children were already suffering amidst surging COVID-19 cases, severe acute malnutrition and gang violence. Please help UNICEF respond now. UNICEF vision is a better world for children everywhere.

    Donate Online:  UNICEFUSA.org              
    Designate Funds to Children in Haiti       

    United Way (305-646–7000)
    United Way has activated Operation Helping Hands to help the earthquake victims in Haiti.  100% of funds raised through Operation Helping Hands will be used to purchase relief items and services needed in Haiti during this time of crisis. Monetary donations made to Operation Helping Hands will go directly to help the people of Haiti through non-profit organizations working on the ground.           

    Donate Online:  unitedwaymiami.org