"Lajan kase wòch." — Money breaks rocks.

$.97 out of each $1 goes directly to programs serving families impacted by disability and poverty in Haiti. We appreciate your support!

 A  Ti Commerce  microloan distribution for 70 mothers is readied and documented by Family Support Coordinator, Yvrose Lubin and Program Manager, Annie Lessage.

Your donation is tax-deductible, and it makes a big difference!

$25 Prepares a child for surgery with labs, x-rays and blood work
$50 Educates rural village leaders about disabilities
$150 Empowers 70 mothers through a Ti Commerce microloan distribution
$300 Sponsors a child’s specialized education program for one year
$500 Gives a child ongoing clubfoot treatment
$1,000 Provides inclusive education training to teachers and directors in a rural school
$10,000 Helps rebuild the PAZAPA cafeteria so it's wheelchair-accessible 

If you'd like to support a specific program, please select the relevant Fund when you donate here

You can also set up a recurring gift via PayPal

Checks: The Siloé Project dba PAZAPA  |  3559 Mt Diablo Blvd, Suite 307  |  Lafayette, CA  |  94549

Questions? Please contact the Siloé Project — PAZAPA's US 501(c)(3) partner (FEIN: 68-0030247). 100% of the Siloé Project's Board of Directors donate annually to support PAZAPA.

Thank you!

Gifting appreciated securities on behalf of Haiti's most underserved families lets you give more without impacting cash flow, bypass the capital gains tax on appreciated assets, and reap huge income tax savings by claiming the full value for a charitable deduction. 

Securities may be donated electronically by providing the following to your financial institution:

Brokerage Name: E*Trade
Account Name: Pazapa/The Siloe Project
Account Number: 6107-4209
DTC Number: 0385, Code 40
Contact Name for this Account: Martin Cunningham
Telephone Number: 415-448-6854
Mailing Address: 217 Los Angeles Boulevard, San Anselmo, CA 94960

Making a bequest can also significantly reduce your individual and estate tax burden.

Please contact Siloé Treasurer, Martin Cunningham for more information.