SUPPORTING THE CHILDREN OF HAITI
WE WELCOME YOUR DONATION
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You can become involved with Hope For Haitian Children Foundation, Inc. by donating to the foundation.
We solicit supplies that will aid the children in reaching their ultimate potential; but we must first begin with the basic necessities that our children, as well as many children in Haiti, are living each day without.
Prior to Haiti's earthquake, Hope For Haitian Children Foundation, Inc. had long been coordinating efforts to provide the children with clothing, beds, food, and items for personal hygiene. In the wake of the recent earthquake, the needs of the orphanage, the school, and people in Haiti have intensified and there is still now, a state of emergency in Haiti. Haitian children and earthquake victims continue to suffer and live without basic needs. Tent cities are still spread out across the earthquake stricken area.
Notice to all:
To insure that the children of Haiti receive all of the funds donated to them, we ask that you verify any and all fundraising events and direct donation requests for authenticity before you participate, regardless of the paperwork or photographs presented for your review.
Please contact Jean Claude Louis-Pierre, Director of Finance with any questions or concerns.
All donations are tax deductible.
YOU CAN BRING ALL DONATIONS TO OUR OFFICE AT
1712 ORETHA CASTLE HALEY BOULEVARD, SUITE 206
Please give us a call at 954-263-3008
to set up an appointment for your drop off.
During the months of April and November, HFHCF collects items to ship from New Orleans to Haiti.
Some of the items needed are:
Staples / Dry Foods: rice, pasta, sugar, raw sugar, flour, corn meal, cereal, dried beans, dried peas, powered milk
Can / Jar Goods: green peas, carrots, yams, corn, mixed vegetables, mixed fruits, tomato paste, tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, whole tomatoes, peanut butter, condensed milk, evaporated milk, syrup
Baby Needs: disposable diapers, cloth diapers, baby bottles, nipples, wet wipes, baby clothes
Toiletries: soap, lotion, deodorant, toothpaste, hand sanitizers
First Aid: hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, triple antibiotic ointment, eye wash, ear flush, gauze pads, roll gauze, tape, non-latex gloves, band aids, scissors, tweezers
Over the Counter: Tylenol adult & children, Ibuprofen, Pepto Bismol, Milk of Magnesia, Cod Liver Oil, Cough Medicine, Dimatapp
Washing Supplies: detergent, dish washing liquids, scoring pads, steel wool
Linens: wash cloths, hand towels, bath towels, twin flat sheets, twin fitted sheets, twin pillow cases, twin spreads, twin comforters, twin blankets, other bedding
Household: Ajax powder, Lysol, Fabuloso, mops, brooms, dish cloths, dish towels, pod holders, plastic cups, paper plates, napkins, plastic forks, spoons, knives
School Supplies: desk top or laptop computers, surge protectors, school desk/chair, children's tables/chairs, white boards, dry marker, dry eraser, chalk, folders, ruled paper, composition books, spiral tablets, construction paper, pencils, pens, rulers, pencil sharpener, school scissors, index cards, glue, supply boxes
Office Supplies: desk top and laptop computers, surge protectors, file cabinets, printers, printer cartridges, copiers, copier cartridges [for printer and copier cartridges info, please check with Marie José for manufacturer and model info], copier paper-white & colored, cardstock, paper clips, rubber bands, pens, file folders, file dividers, extension cords
NEEDED BUILDING TOOLS & SUPPLIES
Buckets, 5 gal
Contractor Garbage Bags
NEEDED FIXTURES & APPLIANCES
Kitchen Cabinets, Wood, Mix-Match
Kitchen Sink, Double
Toilet Bowls, 6 ea
Bathroom Sinks, 6 ea
Urinals, 3 ea
NEEDED CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
¾” Plywood, 24 ea
½” Finish Plywood, 12 ea
½” Unfinished Plywood, 12 ea
Exterior Paint 20/5 gal
Interior Paint 20/5 gal
NEEDED ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Light Bulbs, Energy Saving
40' CONTAINER SHIPPING COSTS
appx. $ 5,000 New Orleans to Haiti or
Miami to Haiti $3,600 + Freight Forwarding New Orleans to Miami $1,500 ≈ $5,100
We are looking for a committal from an organization or individual to be responsible for meeting these cost, which usually occur twice a year, spring and fall.