"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!

 

Your tax-deductible donation makes a big difference!

$50 can give 2 children labs and bloodwork in preparation for life-changing surgeries

$100 can offer microcredit to 4 mothers impacted by disability and poverty

$500 can provide 10 children with treatment and ongoing rehab for physical disabilities

$1,500 can sponsor a year of specialized education for 5 children

$5,000 can fund a series of inclusive education trainings in rural Haitian schools

$10,000 can repair our cafeteria so it’s safe and accessible for all

 On behalf of Lynn and the hundreds of other children with disabilities currently being served by Pazapa, mèsi anpil!

On behalf of Lynn and the hundreds of other children with disabilities currently being served by Pazapa, mèsi anpil!

 

You can submit your gift above, recommend a grant through your DAF, or send a check to: 

The Siloé Project  |  3559 Mt Diablo Blvd, Suite 307 Lafayette, CA  |  94549

Thank you!

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.


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.