Though these are not normal times-for anyone, now, more than ever, people without a safety net, need to know they are not forgotten.
This past year, progress continued in all four communities;
Bassin Caiman continued work on the Corn Grinder building and made improvements to their school.
Plain Matin hosted a Haitian-led medical clinic.
St. Martin saw the completion of a home for a local widow.
Meloniere began construction on a new school building.
Haiti H2O is a development organization based in Pittsburgh partnering to transform hope into opportunity in rural Haiti. Our approach is to take time to listen to local leaders and invest in their ideas, empowering them to make positive change. We currently work with four rural communities in areas such as education, health and sanitation, business initiatives, home construction, and livestock cooperative. H2O invests the money raised to impact the lives of people in rural Haiti! Learn more about the work https://haitih2o.org/
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|May 03||Megan Saunders||$107.35|
|May 03||Crystal Coleman||Undisclosed amount|
|Apr 30||Herb Kolbe||$54.10|
|Apr 27||Brett Wagner||Undisclosed amount|
|Apr 26||Philip Brooks||Undisclosed amount|
|Apr 26||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Apr 23||Matthew Feiler||$107.35|
|Apr 23||Peter Argentine||$54.10|
|Apr 22||Melissa and Bryan Norman||$107.35|
|Apr 22||Ryan Sanderson||Undisclosed amount|