What you need to know about the protests in Haiti this week

Since February 7, wide-spread and violent protests have swept across Haiti. Though it started in Port-au-Prince last week, the protests have roots that go back to protests last year related to gasoline prices, and now thousands of protesters gather throughout the country, even in rural towns. Citing, "A worsening economic crisis that has led to a … Continue reading What you need to know about the protests in Haiti this week

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2018 In Review

2018 was a big one for us as an organization. It marked our twelfth year of providing education in rural Haiti. We started L'ecole de la Grace in 2006 with grades one thru three. Today we have pre-school thru grade six and many of our very first students have graduated secondary schools in town. But … Continue reading 2018 In Review

Join the CRDF Board

The Caneille Regional Development Fund is currently seeking a Marketing Coordinator as well as general board members to assist with fundraising and strategic planning. CRDF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit operated entirely by volunteers. We provide education to 350 primary school students in Haiti in close partnership with the community of Caneille, Haiti. Serving on the CRDF … Continue reading Join the CRDF Board

The Top Eight Reasons to Volunteer

The Top Eight Reasons to Volunteer CRDF is fortunate to have had many volunteers help us over the past twelve years. Volunteers host fundraisers, serve on the board, and even travel to Haiti to help with projects. We have a brat fry on Friday, August 17th at Festival Foods on College in Appleton, 10am-5pm. Like … Continue reading The Top Eight Reasons to Volunteer

Matching Campaign

Since 2006, the Caneille Regional Development Fund has educated over 700 individual students as well as coordinated adult literacy classes, seed distributions, and emergency medical transport. However, our recent community survey shows there is more work to do:   “Education is the single most important determinant of an individual’s ability to escape poverty in Haiti.” … Continue reading Matching Campaign