Hens for Haiti is a 501c3 non-profit organization established to construct and support egg-laying facilities in Haiti. Egg production provides economic stimulation, increased local food security, and a cheap source of protein for participating communities.
Projects are sustainable, based around a business model where profits from egg sales go to support production expenses and local employee salaries in rural Haiti.
Volunteers (left) Jennifer Askew, Becca Mattingly, and Christie Newman pose in front of a backyard chicken coup they constructed for a single mother of four in downtown Gros-Morne.
Hens for Haiti is not only about promoting good business for economic growth, but also strives to provide education on sustainable animal production!
White hens settle into their new home on the first day of delivery to the facility in Gros-Morne. They won't stay that white for long!
Gros-Morne guardian scoops out corn-based milled feed to fill the bins in the hen house. Feed is replenished twice per day to ensure adequate nutrition of the birds.
Caritas Agronomist, Guy Marie Garcon, stands proud as he shows off the high production of the hen facility. Keep up the good work Guy Marie!
2020 Sustainable Agriculture Matching Grant
The 2020 H4H Sustainable Matching Grant is coming soon!
Apply to start or expand a poultry program in Haiti!
January 6th - Deadline for Questions
February 3rd - Full Application Deadline
March 2nd - Funding Announced
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Hens for Haiti Online Store
Hens for Haiti Holiday Ornaments and Alternative Gift Cards make the perfect end of year gift! Visit the online store to view and purchase the yearly edition of Hens for Haiti's holiday ornament and gift cards! All purchases are tax deductible and go directly towards supporting Haitian poultry projects!
Complete your order by December 10th for guaranteed Christmas delivery!