Thank you for helping students in Haiti!

There are several ways you can change lives in Haiti. Here is a list of our current ministry needs, which we update each month.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We'd love to chat with you!


Sponsor a student

(Monthly or one-time)

You can give a student valuable job skills so they can provide for themselves and their families. Sponsorship starts at just $15.


Meet specific needs

You can help meet specific sewing program needs that are not currently being met by the student sponsorships. Here's a list of our current needs.


Host a Fundraiser

People often ask us how they can help our sewing students. One of the best ways to help is to create your own fundraiser on behalf of the Haiti 323 Project. In the past, people have raised money on their birthdays and held online auctions. The sky is the limit on what you can do! Here's just a few ideas of things that you, your family, or a group can do to help sewing students in Haiti.

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SHOP OUR STORE

All proceeds from our sewing shop benefit the sewing programs. We're currently selling purses and T-shirts.

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Donate Sewing Supplies

We seek to purchase the majority of our sewing supplies locally, but we do accept some supplies that aren't available in Haiti. 

 

SHOP AMAZONSMILE

You can help us earn extra money just by shopping on Amazon.


Thank you for making opportunity possible for students in Haiti!

The Haiti 323 Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and your gifts are tax deductible.

I love this organization. They are doing amazing work to help the Haitians learn a trade. It is a help up not a hand out. I have personally visited the schools and I am amazed at how skilled they have become. They are focused and determined. I am so proud of the students and I am honored I was able to visit the schools of Haiti 323 Project. They still need our love and support. I will continue to sponsor as long as I can because I have seen the difference.
— Maria Bromm