Bronx, New York, October 19, 2015 (Newswire.com) - The founder of Caiman Haiti Foundation, Mr. Gabriel Laine was born and raised in Haiti. He recently received a revelation that assigned him to the task of fighting against the poverty, lack of education, and deficient health care in his home country.
Caiman Haiti Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization located in Bronx, New York that was established exclusively for charitable purposes. This organization concentrates particularly on supplying aid to the poor, distraught, and deprived population in Haiti by expanding academic scholarships and educational programs. They warmly extend their hands to provide wonderful, life-changing opportunities in preparation for overcoming daily challenges and to have a better future ahead of them.
If you have been looking for a way to help others, donating to Caiman Haiti Foundation is a fantastic way to do so. For information on how and what you can contribute to the campaign please contact their office at (718)-600-6563. Monetary donations can also be made on their websites www.caimanhaitifoundation.org. For your convenience, the website now accepts credit card and Paypal payments. Donations of any amount are greatly needed and would be highly appreciated. Feel free to contact the foundation via telephone or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. On behalf of the Caiman Haiti Foundation, thank you for your time and support.
Gabriel Laine, Founder
The foundation’s mission is to provide charitable relief in the form of educational advancement and academic development to the people of Haiti. In order to achieve these goals, the foundation developed a program: “Securing a Change in Haiti”. Wherein a team of five members working together on developing their activities calendar and budget lines.
Thordyke Elementary School in Washington contributed Caiman Haiti Foundation that will help to feed over 600 children this year on the 3rd Anniversary of their Feed the People program. This will make a tremendous change in the lives of hundreds of women and children in Haiti.
Caiman Haiti Foundation asks you to join the effort to rebuild the lives of the Haitian people. You can donate school supplies (notebooks, pencils, erasers, and pencil sharpeners), used computers (Pentium 4 of Equivalent), projectors and DVD/CD players. Chairs and tables for schools necessities and learning/instruction books. T-shirts and pants for boys and girls 5-15 years old and sandals. You can send donations in checks of $20 or plus to support delivery of donations to Haiti. You can now help a great charity that gives school supplies to children in Haiti.
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Haiti is the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere that has over ten million populations living in poverty. Devastated by the recent earthquake that claimed many lives of Haitian people; they need help now more than ever. The Caiman Haiti Foundation is dedicated to supplying the less fortunate of Haiti with educational services, food and clothing. The goal is to aid families in Haiti by providing funds for the basic necessities. In order to make this goal possible, the foundation needs your help. If you have been looking for a way to help others, donating to Caiman Haiti Foundation like Thordyke Elementary School did to the foundation is a fantastic way to do so.
For information on how and what you can contribute to the campaign please contact their office at (718)-600-6563. Monetary donations can also be made on their websites www (dot) caimanhaitifoundation (dot) org. For your convenience, the website now accepts credit card and Paypal payments. Donations of any amount are greatly needed and would be highly appreciated. Feel free to contact the foundation via telephone or email at www (dot) glaine (at) caimanfoundation (dot) org. On behalf of the Caiman Haiti Foundation, thank you for your time and support.