The Lambi Fund of Haiti is not a first responder, but a second responder. Lambi Fund will be there to help Haiti rebuild long after the relief service providers leave.
As a second responder, here are our plans for helping communities recover, today and tomorrow:
A tremendous outmigration from Port au Prince back to the rural villages has already started, stretching the capacity of rural communities. We are helping members of peasant groups get food and essentials for their families to re-establish their lives.
Provide seeds, tools, and equipment for peasant groups to plant more crops to feed rural communities.
Rebuild grain mills, sugar cane mills, and other economic development community enterprises lost in the earthquake. These buildings are the centers of communities' economic livelihoods.
Recapitalize micro-credit funds run by grassroots organizations so that people can replenish and continue their small businesses.
Repair rainwater cisterns so people will have a supply of safe drinking water.
Here is how you can help:
Donate online with a credit card or PayPal at www.lambifund.org and click on donate now.
Donate via mobile phone by texting: ‘Send $(whatever amount) to firstname.lastname@example.org’ to 729725 (PAYPAL)). Any $ amount is accepted.
To give via PayPal online, just log into your PayPal account at paypal.com, click on the 'send money' tab, then enter 'email@example.com' for the email box and the amount you would like to donate
Send a check to: Lambi Fund of Haiti, PO Box 18955, Washington DC 20036
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