A 7.2-magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti on Aug. 14. Families need your support.
We are sending over 2 million meals to Haiti, and aid is being distributed right now in the hard-hit communities. That’s just the first step in our long-term commitment to ease the suffering.
Cross Catholic Outreach has nearly two decades of experience working alongside Catholic ministry partners in Haiti. We coordinated millions of dollars in aid after Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, so we understand today’s needs.
Help families in Haiti who’ve lost everything.
Cross Catholic Outreach partners with an extensive network of priests, religious and lay workers in Haiti that are ready to meet critical needs, especially in hard-hit communities like Aquin and the surrounding rural area.
Our 3-2-1 disaster relief plan addresses survivors’ most pressing needs first and outlines our long-term commitment to our brothers and sisters in Haiti.
(3) Address Immediate Needs
2 million meals to feed vulnerable children & families.
Deliver medicines to treat the injured & sick.
Meet survival needs by securing tarps, blankets & more.
(2) Repair Lives
(1) Rebuild Homes
Continue feeding families in need.
Support 59 rural health clinics with medicines.
Build safe homes in rural farming villages.
Provide hundreds of thousands of Vitafood meals.
Support 59 rural health clinics with medicines and supplies.
Rebuild and repair homes that have been damaged.
Meet survival needs by securing blankets, tarps and more.
Cross Catholic Outreach has nearly two decades of experience working alongside Catholic ministry partners in Haiti. We coordinated millions of dollars in aid after Haiti’s 2010 earthquake, which claimed hundreds of thousands of lives.
Tragically, this recent earthquake was twice as strong, and our partners on the ground report extensive damage to homes, schools and churches.
We are committed to standing with impoverished families in Haiti, no matter how long it takes.
Espwa Housing Project
Cross Catholic Outreach is coordinating our response with our trusted network of Haitian ministry partners. We have closely vetted each partner to ensure disaster relief aid goes exactly where it is needed most — blessing at-risk children, vulnerable seniors and impoverished families.
Build homes in the rural are near Les Cayes, one of the hardest-hit communities in southwestern Haiti. Cross Catholic Outreach is sending metal roofing supplies to help our partner build one- or two-bedroom concrete homes to withstand inclement weather.
The Church calls us to stand in solidarity with the poor, especially in times of despair. With your support, we can provide a rapid response to earthquake survivors in Haiti who urgently need food, medicine and other critical supplies.
Bless our brothers and sisters in Haiti who’ve lost everything in the earthquake.
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Our mission is to mobilize the global Catholic Church to transform the poor and their communities materially and spiritually for the glory of Jesus Christ. Your gift empowers us to serve the poorest of the poor by channeling life-changing aid through an international network of dioceses, parishes and Catholic missionaries. This cost-effective approach helps break the cycle of poverty and advance Catholic evangelization.
Proceeds from this campaign will be used to cover any expenditures incurred through June 30, 2022, the close of our ministry’s fiscal year. In the event that more funds are raised than needed to fully fund the project, the excess funds, if any, will be used to meet the most urgent needs of the ministry.