Charitable Gifts to Caribbean Harvest “Help Haitians to Help Themselves”

Caribbean Harvest is funded entirely by gifts from our generous donors. You can be a part of the force that keeps us going. By donating to Caribbean Harvest you are helping the “poorest of the poor” in Haiti out of a terrible poverty cycle by teaching them to survive and prosper on their own.

Within the next two years Caribbean Harvest hopes to move the residents of the seven poor villages around Lake Azeui toward a self self-sustaining lifestyle. The benefits of permanent employment from the fish farms will be passed to future generations and give Haiti a renewable source of badly needed protein.


The process is very simple and completely secure – just click on the link below to make your online tax-deductible donation today help alleviate poverty in Haiti!
Donate to Caribbean Harvest Foundation


Send your tax-deductible donation via check or money order to:

Caribbean Harvest
114 Camphor Tree Lane
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
 ATTN: Paul Morgan Treasurer

Please make your check out to: Caribbean Harvest Group – the Social Enterprise Fund, Inc.


Caribbean Harvest welcomes the donation of supplies, process equipment, and professional services for the project. We also need lifestyle basics for the village farmers (food, water, medicine, clothing, etc.). Donated services and material are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

For more information, please contact:

Major Gifts:Individual, Foundation or corporate gifts of cash, securities, and personal property. Please contact:

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Caribbean Harvest is organized as a Haiti Foundation (charitable) approved by the Haitian government. The Social Enterprise Fund is registered the USA as a tax-exempt (501c3) non-profit organization approved by the IRS. All contributions (100%) to the Caribbean Harvest unit of the Social Enterprise Fund are used by the Caribbean Harvest Foundation in Haiti. Contributions are totally tax-deductible.
Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. More than half its population is malnourished, and with this year's earthquake and hurricanes, conditions have worsened. Foreign aid is only providing immediate relief and not long term progress.
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Caribbean Harvest is leading the effort to build a sustainable commercial fishing industry for Haiti. Through its hatcheries and fish farms CH can create thousands of jobs for unemployed fishermen who live in impoverished villages around Haiti’s largest lakes.
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Caribbean Harvest is attempting to expand very rapidly and reach an annual production rate of 2 million pounds of tilapia by the end of 2012 with good jobs for over 450 people. Profits from fish sales will flow through the Caribbean Harvest Foundation to be used for housing, waters supplies, food, schools etc. With adequate funding the fast job growth can be sustained enabling thousands to be removed from absolute poverty.
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Large and small charitable donations are needed by Caribbean Harvest to stimulate this aggressive job growth program. Twelve gifts of $100 will put one new cage in operation. $300 will put a child in school. $2,200 will purchase 2 cages and instantly create one job. $120,000 provide 50 quality jobs that will sustain one village.
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