Support Our Work

Every single donation helps change the healthcare trajectory of a Haitian family for generations. Every donation helps educate Haitian medical providers and provides critical medical equipment such as defibrillators, EKG machines, and technology to detect and treat cervical cancer. Each year, Haitian medical students and nursing students travel long distances to enhance their medical training in the Haitian countryside. Their passion and excitement for learning not only fuels our mission, but ensures that the work we do will be integrated in the fabric of healthcare in Haiti. In fact, many of the students we trained over the years are now the ones teaching and training the next generation and providing the day-to-day quality healthcare that so many rely on. Our work saves lives, and with your support, we can reach more people, provide more training, and bring more supplies.

Find out about all the ways to give to the Primary Care HAITI Fund below.


Please make check payable to Primary Care Haiti and mail to: Primary Care Haiti, 6919 W.Broward Blvd, P.O.Box no. 211, Plantation, FL 33317

Credit Card

Your gift can be paid using any credit card. Payments are secure and can be processed directly on our site.

Monthly Donations

Help make lasting healthcare changes in Haiti by being a recurrent contributor. As a thank you for your monthly contribution of $10 or more per month, we will send you a free, beautifully designed, dri fit PCH T-Shirt

Wire Transfer

Please complete the following form and we will send you instructions to finalize your wire transfer. Please email us regarding any questions you may have about wire transfers at

Donate your Car

With v-dac simply fill out the form and your car will be picked up within 48 hours. PCH will then issue a receipt that can be used for federal income tax purposes.

Donate Medical Equipment

We accept medications and gently used medical equipment

Shop on Amazon

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Primary Care Haiti.

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