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Approximately 59% of Haiti's people live below the poverty line, and 25% live below the Extreme Poverty line. We are on a mission to change this.

 

For over 25 years, Fonkoze has been on the ground, working in solidarity with poor and disenfranchised communities throughout the country. Our "Staircase Out of Poverty" programs empower individuals, primarily rural women, with financial and development tools needed to break the cycle of poverty - and to deal with crises, including hurricanes, earthquakes, political upheaval and pandemics.

 

Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote that Fonkoze "is one of the most effective organizations in Haiti" after seeing our work firsthand in 2011.

We are addressing generational poverty in a holistic way by equipping the poor with literacy, business skills and disaster preparedness training, while also providing them access to essential health services such as malnutrition screenings and ultra-poverty support if needed.

 

Hundreds of thousands across Haiti have been empowered through our empowering programs over the past 25+ years. With your support, we can empower thousands more.

Together, we will not only alleviate poverty in Haiti, we will one day eradicate it altogether. Stand in solidarity with Haiti's poor today by giving a gift that empowers.

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Tax ID number: 52-2022113.

 Your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law.

 

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for those who need it most.

Approximately 59% of Haiti's people live below the poverty line, and 25% live below the Extreme Poverty line. We are on a mission to change this.

 

For over 25 years, Fonkoze has been on the ground, working in solidarity with poor and disenfranchised communities throughout the country. Our "Staircase Out of Poverty" programs empower individuals, primarily rural women, with financial and development tools needed to break the cycle of poverty - and to deal with crises, including hurricanes, earthquakes, political upheaval and pandemics.

 

Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote that Fonkoze "is one of the most effective organizations in Haiti" after seeing our work firsthand in 2011.

We are addressing generational poverty in a holistic way by equipping the poor with literacy, business skills and disaster preparedness training, while also providing them access to essential health services such as malnutrition screenings and ultra-poverty support if needed.

 

Hundreds of thousands across Haiti have been empowered through our empowering programs over the past 25+ years. With your support, we can empower thousands more.

Together, we will not only alleviate poverty in Haiti, we will one day eradicate it altogether. Stand in solidarity with Haiti's poor today by giving a gift that empowers.

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Tax ID number: 52-2022113.

 Your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law.

 

We thank you for your support.

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Fonkoze USA
1718 Connecticut Ave NW, #201

Washington, DC 20009

Copyright © 2020 Fonkoze USA.  All Rights Reserved.

With You, We Stand.

Approximately 59% of Haiti's people live below the poverty line, and 25% live below the Extreme Poverty line. We are on a mission to change this.

 

For over 25 years, Fonkoze has been on the ground, working in solidarity with poor and disenfranchised communities throughout the country. Our "Staircase Out of Poverty" programs empower individuals, primarily rural women, with financial and development tools needed to break the cycle of poverty - and to deal with crises, including hurricanes, earthquakes, political upheaval and pandemics.

 

Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote that Fonkoze "is one of the most effective organizations in Haiti" after seeing our work firsthand in 2011.

We are addressing generational poverty in a holistic way by equipping the poor with literacy, business skills and disaster preparedness training, while also providing them access to essential health services such as malnutrition screenings and ultra-poverty support if needed.

 

Hundreds of thousands across Haiti have been empowered through our empowering programs over the past 25+ years. With your support, we can empower thousands more.

Together, we will not only alleviate poverty in Haiti; we will one day eradicate it altogether. Stand in solidarity with the most impoverished families today by giving a gift that empowers.

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Tax ID number: 52-2022113.

 Your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law.

 

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Approximately 59% of Haiti's people live below the poverty line, and 25% live below the Extreme Poverty line. We are on a mission to change this.

 

For over 25 years, Fonkoze has been on the ground, working in solidarity with poor and disenfranchised communities throughout the country. Our "Staircase Out of Poverty" programs empower individuals, primarily rural women, with financial and development tools needed to break the cycle of poverty - and to deal with crises, including hurricanes, earthquakes, political upheaval and pandemics.

 

Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote that Fonkoze "is one of the most effective organizations in Haiti" after seeing our work firsthand in 2011.

We are addressing generational poverty in a holistic way by equipping the poor with literacy, business skills and disaster preparedness training, while also providing them access to essential health services such as malnutrition screenings and ultra-poverty support if needed.

 

Hundreds of thousands across Haiti have been empowered through our empowering programs over the past 25+ years. With your support, we can empower thousands more.

Together, we will not only alleviate poverty in Haiti, we will one day eradicate it altogether. Stand in solidarity with Haiti's poor today by giving a gift that empowers.

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Tax ID number: 52-2022113.

 Your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law.

 

We thank you for your support.

Stay connected.

Sign up below to receive stories of inspiration, news updates and more!

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STAY CONNECTED TO FONKOZE

Fonkoze USA
1718 Connecticut Ave NW, #201

Washington, DC 20009

Copyright © 2020 Fonkoze USA.  All Rights Reserved.

Approximately 59% of Haiti's people live below the poverty line, and 25% live below the Extreme Poverty line. We are on a mission to change this.

 

For over 25 years, Fonkoze has been on the ground, working in solidarity with poor and disenfranchised communities throughout the country. Our "Staircase Out of Poverty" programs empower individuals, primarily rural women, with financial and development tools needed to break the cycle of poverty - and to deal with crises, including hurricanes, earthquakes, political upheaval and pandemics.

 

Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote that Fonkoze "is one of the most effective organizations in Haiti" after seeing our work firsthand in 2011.

We are addressing generational poverty in a holistic way by equipping the poor with literacy, business skills and disaster preparedness training, while also providing them access to essential health services such as malnutrition screenings and ultra-poverty support if needed.

 

Hundreds of thousands across Haiti have been empowered through our empowering programs over the past 25+ years. With your support, we can empower thousands more.

Together, we will not only alleviate poverty in Haiti, we will one day eradicate it altogether. Stand in solidarity with Haiti's poor today by giving a gift that empowers.

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Tax ID number: 52-2022113.

 Your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law.

 

We thank you for your support.

Approximately 59% of Haiti's people live below the poverty line, and 25% live below the Extreme Poverty line. We are on a mission to change this.

 

For over 25 years, Fonkoze has been on the ground, working in solidarity with poor and disenfranchised communities throughout the country. Our "Staircase Out of Poverty" programs empower individuals, primarily rural women, with financial and development tools needed to break the cycle of poverty - and to deal with crises, including hurricanes, earthquakes, political upheaval and pandemics.

 

Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote that Fonkoze "is one of the most effective organizations in Haiti" after seeing our work firsthand in 2011.

We are addressing generational poverty in a holistic way by equipping the poor with literacy, business skills and disaster preparedness training, while also providing them access to essential health services such as malnutrition screenings and ultra-poverty support.

 

Hundreds of thousands across Haiti have been empowered through our empowering programs over the past 25+ years. With your support, we can empower thousands more.

Together, we will not only alleviate extreme poverty in Haiti, we will one day eradicate it altogether. Stand in solidarity with Haiti's poor today by giving a gift that empowers.

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Tax ID number: 52-2022113.

 Your donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law.

 

We thank you for your support.