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Help HANWASH help Haiti.

We need your support now in order to continue
supporting the needs of our communities in Haiti.

Our greatest areas of need include assistance with administrative expenses. Your financial contributions make a world of difference in our ability to build the foundation of HANWASH to support operations in Haiti. These include program management and staff costs, fundraising, capacity-building, partnership development, legal expenses, accounting costs, marketing & communications, travel and logistics, and other expenses which arise from time to time which may not be supported by program grants. Your support is critical to our ability to continue serving and partnering with Haiti.

There are a few ways to give! Please choose the option that is best for you. Donations are typically tax-deductible for qualified US individual taxpayers. We will send you a receipt for your records.

  • Mail a check (US dollars only) payable to:
    HANWASH, Inc.
    c/o Cynde Covington
    P.O. Box 600556
    Jacksonville, FL 32260
    United States of America

If you are interested in continuing to support HANWASH efforts on the ground in Haiti, you can do so through our next Global Grant in Cavaillon which we are currently fundraising for and will submit in June 2022! We would love to have your Club or District participate!

If you want to learn more about this opportunity, please contact us

HANWASH, Inc is a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation, registered in the state of Florida, under EIN 84-4393469 with the United States Internal Revenue Service. We are not providing any goods or services, in whole or in part, in return for voluntary cash contributions.

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With your support, our goal is to provide thoughtfully managed and sustainable clean water and sanitation to all the citizens of Haiti