HURRICANE MATTHEW RELIEF EFFORTS
Sow A Seed provides assistance to a network of over 150 orphanages, schools and hospitals in Haiti. Please join us in our relief efforts, aiding those who have been impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Collections sites are being set up in Haiti and in the U.S.; Click here for updates on drop-off locations.
In wake of the devastating earthquake of 2010, SAS expanded its traditional efforts to help the relief and rebuilding of Haiti.
Collecting relief goods and monetary donations from around the world, Fundraising with citizens from around the globe and laboring on aid shipments around the clock;
With volunteers and caring citizens we have made a great impact and brought much relief to the distressed island.
With the help of our Haitian team, local professionals who are familiar with the terrain and people, we have been successful in dispatching supplies directly to orphanages, hospitals, and camps and in assisting large organizations facing logistical challenges on the ground in Haiti.
With our experience and local know how, we developed assessment forms and built teams responsible for conducting in depth evaluations of each orphanage’s current conditions and its most pressing needs.
Assisted by the 82nd Airborne Division of the USA, these teams brought help to over 250 orphanages in all corners of Haiti.
Hospitals, makeshift clinics and campsites also benefitted from our efforts.
Sow a Seed has delivered medical supplies, surgical equipment, linens and mattresses to over a dozen hospitals throughout Haiti. To name a few, aid was sent to L’Hôpital de la Communauté Haïtienne, Hôpital Nos Petits Frères et Soeurs, Hôpital General and Centre de Santé de Bel Air. Sow a Seed has also assigned medical personnel and volunteers to countless clinics, medical organizations and orphanages, and delivered insulin and diabetic supplies to the Haitian Foundation for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases.
We have also served over 100,000 people at various campsites throughout Haiti including Jacmel, Gressier, Pignon and Port-au-Prince, supplying them with tents, food, water, hygiene supplies and clothing.
EARTHQUAKE RELIEF FOR PAST MONTHS
Some of the hospitals and campsites we impacted:
Hopital Petit Frere et Soeur (medical supplies)
Hopital Communaute Haitienne (medical supplies)
Fondation Bernard Mevs (medical supplies)
Hopital General (medical supplies)
Fhadimac (Diabetic supplies)
Citimed (medical supplies)
DASH (medical supplies)
Hopital Margareth Degan (surgical supplies)
Hospital in Jacmel (medical supplies, mattresses)
Hopital in Croix des Bouquets (medical supplies)
Centre de Sante de Bel Air (surgical supplies,provided tents to make this hospital serving 60,000 people operable)
Turgeau (6000 people) water
Christ-roi (400 people) Tents, supplies, clothing
Gressier (600 people) Tents, food, water, school kits, stoves Pignon (300 people) tents, medical supplies
Drouillard (300 people) tents
Jacmel (1600 people) tents, school kits
Camp Frere de l’instruction Chretienne (5,000 people) water
Textile Factories Airport (10,000 people) water, tents