LAST UPDATED - April 30th, 2012

We have officially been recognized as a 501(c)3 organization!  More news to follow including updates on the Moto Logistics program!

After the second anniversary of the earthquake:
Learn more about MOTO LOGISTICS, our new development program. Then, download the press release about the program HERE and share it with local media, blogs, and everywhere else you can!

One Hundred For Haiti: MOTO LOGISTICS from Filmmaker For A Cause NFP on Vimeo.

This new video has a one-minute description of the Moto Logistics program:

Fall 2011:
Jacques Denis of the Centre Sante de Saint Martin II clinic where One Hundred For Haiti has provided money for repairs, supplies, and employment opportunties discusses his clinic's relationship with One Hundred For Haiti in this video clip:

Tyson Sadler of the One Hundred For Haiti core team tells us about a new roof provided by One Hundred For Haiti donors on a house in the village of La Source:

Some words from the One Hundred For Haiti supported Kay Angel Orphanage in Jacmel about our support work there. Note: cute kid alert:

Tyson takes us on a walk through Port au Prince and talks about the work of One Hundred For Haiti:

Early Summer 2011 - We are on our way to Haiti for the seventh time since the quake. We plan to do direct support for Dr. Jacques Denis' medical clinic. We'll be there for a week. A call for donations this morning on Facebook yielded over $600 in cash donations (that allowed for the purchase of the medical supplies below this afternoon) as well as expected physical donations that will fill our weight limit capacity for the upcoming flights. But don't let that stop in touch. The creativity supporting One Hundred For Haiti continues to astound us (check for an example of how everyday people are taking part). We'll be going back later in the summer as well and likely will be bringing a team of people with us, so we can accommodate additional donations going down then.

3.31.2011 - Coming in May: a benefit for One Hundred For Haiti in Seattle. Spread the word, "like" the event on Facebook and show up that night if you're in the area:

3.19.2011 - Thank you to University of South Carolina for hosting a speaking event about turning passion into action! Thanks for all the interest in One Hundred For Haiti and for starting your own groups on campus!
3.7.2011 - Thank you to Utah Valley University for hosting a speaking event that looked at how social media has impacted the One Hundred For Haiti fundraising efforts and the One Hundred Shows For Haiti campaign. Schools and students: get involved by bringing these ideas and the action they generate to your campus. Get in touch with us anytime to find out how!
Seattle photographer / artist / robot-fan Carrie Whitney has created the "Art For Good" campaign: a series of robot-inspired canvas photo prints benefitting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, One Hundred For Haiti and the Keep A Breast Foundation. Fun art supporting good causes!

Currently happening around the world: ONE HUNDRED SHOWS FOR HAITI.Get involved by doing an event in your city. Over 90 events confirmed so far worldwide! One Hundred For Haiti is helping the campaign and co-coordinating events. We are focusing our fundraising to help Dr. Jacques Denis, our personal friend in Port au Prince Haiti who has been giving away medicine and medical care to people in need for free since the quake. The circle of support has grown rapidly and YOU are next in that ever widening circle! Write and tell us what you can do to help the campaign.

LEARN MORE ABOUT US. We are in the midst of expanding past the ideas in the video below: we will be coordinating events themed to "One Hundred _____ For Haiti" around the world every month for the next few months, and you can get involved. For now, watch the video below...and know that donations AT ALL LEVELS, both in terms of money and resources and creativity, are accepted and appreciated. Get in touch if you have questions anytime.


AVAILABLE NOW: One Hundred For Haiti shirts and stickers. $20 for shirts, and $5 for a sticker pack of five of each design. All proceeds help us continue with this work. We raise overhead costs through shirt and sticker sales so that all donation money can be used for direct action. Stickers come free with all shirt orders. There are two sticker designs: the main website logo above in a small bumper sticker style, and then the back of the shirt design in a 4" square. Both styles of stickers come with your order! To order, use paypal: and be sure to include your shipping address. Shipping is $4 extra in the USA, and $6 worldwide. We can accept checks too. Contact us for details.