One Hundred For Haiti creates and supports long-term social development and human rights programs in rural Haiti.
One Hundred For Haiti started in 2010 as a relief organization after being a part of activist emergency response teams who delivered over 30,000 pounds of medical supplies and food to the people of Haiti by boat. Realizing that relief work creates a cycle of dependency, we switched to a development model, and one with a mutual aid mindset.
The focus is on helping to create community-based empowerment projects. We work for and alongside our Haitian partners, supporting what they want, rather than imposing our own ideas for humanitarian support on them. Our long term goal is simple: to cease to exist due to no longer being needed.
We answer the call for social change rather than making that call ourselves.