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The Haiti Relief Fund of the Haiti Support Project
We thank everyone who has previously donated to the Haiti Relief Fund to provide humanitarian assistance to organizations on the ground in Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake. If you are contributing for the first time, we genuinely thank you for joining the effort to rebuild Haiti by supporting the creation of vital and vibrant capacity-building institutions and initiatives. While we have other developmental and economic initiatives in Haiti, through January 12, 2013, the Haiti Support Project (HSP) will focus its humanitarian relief/recovery/reconstruction effort on sustaining the Oasis Institute Camp and building the first Oasis Institute Academy Campus. We can think of no more worthy cause than to assist children orphaned by the earthquake to become Haiti´s new engaged citizens and leaders. Our profound appreciation for your generous contribution and support – Dr. Ron Daniels, Founder, HSP
Make your tax deductible donation via check or money order payable to: IBW/HSP (Memo Line — Oasis Institute). Mail to: Institute of the Black World, 31-35 95th Street, East Elmhurst, NY 11369.
Or pay by credit card online by clicking the amount of the donation you wish to make:
Haiti Family Preservation Ambassador
For the Love of Haiti Ambassador — $1,000.00 or more
$1,000 – $1,250 – $1,500
Oasis Institute Ambassador — $500.00 – $999.00
$500 – $750 – $950
Academic Excellence Ambassador — $100.00 – $499.00
$100 – $142 – $175 – $200 – $250
$300 – $350 – $400 – $450
$25 – $50 -$75
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Haiti Support Project
An Initiative committed to “Building a Constituency for Haiti in the United States,” focusing on mobilizing/organizing African Americans and other people of African descent to strengthen the process of democracy and development in the world’s first Black Republic.