Today is a very important day in Haiti because over 200 years ago, on May 18th 1803, the Haitian flag was created in Arcahaie (just outside of Port-au-Prince). Since then, May 18th has been celebrated as Haitian Flag Day. The flag is an important symbol of Haitian freedom, national pride, and individual liberty.
Today as we look back on the proud history of Haiti, the first and only republic to hold a successful slave rebellion, the Lambi Fund of Haiti looks forward to a promising and united future as Haiti rebuilds.
In honor of democracy and continued social empowerment, help celebrate Haiti's proud past by helping rebuild for tomorrow.
...$25 you can start a tool bank, allowing farmers to use improved tools to cultivate the land and increase productivity,
...$50 you can buy seeds for a seed bank and provide sustainable agriculture training to a community,
...$100 you can purchase a goat and training so that community groups improve their livelihoods with a successful enterprise,
...and $500 you can support women's programs by replenishing community microcredit funds and providing valuable leadership and technical training.
These are the type of resources Haitian community organizations want and need. Strengthening these rural communities' capacities will ensure successful recovery in Haiti. With the past support of donors like you, we have proudly supported democracy in Haiti for over 16 years. Lambi Fund has partnered with community groups on more than 175 projects and touched almost two million lives.
Help continue the legacy and donate today.
In honor of Haiti,
The Lambi Fund of Haiti
P.S. Thank-you for your generosity.
Visit www.lambifund.org for more information.