Help Replant Crops Destroyed by Hurricane Matthew

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crops destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, Haiti
Hurricane Matthew was devastating for our farmer partners -- in both coffee and cacao. Moreover, townspeople lost valuable food crops that sustains livelihoods: mango, avocado & citrus trees. Help us raise $10,000 for a seedling nursery near Beaumont Haiti -- a small village on the peninsula that suffered extreme loss. *Originally we were hoping to put the nursery near Camp Perrin; after site inspection, it was determined the elevation was insufficient for growing coffee seedlings.
111.85% Raised
$11,185 donated of $10,000 goal
71 Donors

After an Initial Surge of Relief, Long-term Work Begins in Haiti

Join Singing Rooster and our friends in raising $10,000 for a seedling nursery near Camp Perrin:


New coffee seedlings. Prepare for planting!

Impact :

100% of your donation goes directly towards building a nursery that will provide locals with coffee, cacao, mango, avocado & other income-producing plants:

  • over 640,000 pounds of coffee or cacao across 20-years
  • over 800,000 pounds of avocado, mango, plantain, or citrus
  • over $2,200,000 in farmer income
  • soil stability & watersheds to reduce hurricane damage
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