Haitians CanOrganization Haitian Capable pour le Promouvoir les Communautés Haïtiennes (Empowering Haiti through Its Communities)
Haitians Can is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the people of Haiti find and pursue their dreams and passions. This organization funds projects identified by local community leaders to embolden current and future generations through education, sports, and community building. We believe HAITIANS CAN will change Haiti community by community.
Recent Disasters in Haiti
There has been a major earthquake and significant tropical storms (and one pending) in southwestern Haiti. There has been major loss of life and injuries to thousands of persons.
Many have asked about how they might donate to the restoration of the region. We know this will be a long process and we will be looking at long term strategies. Food, water and shelter are an immediate need.
Independent shipments of material, food and more without careful coordination is problematic.
Haitians Can will accepting monetary donations and we assure you that any donations will be carefully directed to where the greatest need and 100% will go to this need and none to “overhead.”
Simply use the Donate Now button. At this point we will redirect all donations to this effort.
Please pray for the donations and more importantly for Haiti and her wonderful people.
The water and lighting projects are holding up very well and are supplying great help the community.
We were very blessed to have a truck with a crane aide us in this phase of the project. With the holes already dug and ready to go, with the help of one of the members of the community, it was easy to set the posts in place. The young men in the community giving a...
This is the process of making the posts for our streetlights. After some research in some of the surrounding neighborhoods we noticed that the typical galvanized post that were used has some weaknesses. A lot of them we damaged in the 2016 Hurricane Mathew that...
As of October 2019, Haiti has experienced another hurricane season. A month-long absence of regular sunlight led to a dry water tower. Many were forced to once again search by foot for water in local towns. Haitians Can consulted with advisors, and we used funds...