fueling locally-led progress in rural Haiti
(303) 938-5021 info@coloradohaitiproject.org

About

The Colorado Haiti Project has been working with community leaders in the rural town of Petit Trou de Nippes for over 28 years, supporting community-driven programs in education, community health, water and hygiene, girls’ and women’s empowerment, and agriculture. We provide resources to Haitian leaders, building bridges from the U.S. to Haiti that provide vital support for local vision and leadership.

The Colorado Haiti Project was founded in 1989 by three Episcopal priests: Haitian Father Octave LaFontant and Coloradans Fathers Dayle Casey and Father Ed Morgan. Over time, we have transitioned from direct service missions to a strong emphasis on local leadership. Today, our work reaches a broad audience both within and outside of the Colorado and Haitian Episcopal communities. Our work is not specific to one faith and does not advance a particular religious ideology.

Financials

2010 990 Form

2011 990 Form

2012 990 Form

2013 990 Form

2014 990 Form

2015 Financial Overview

IMPORTANT NOTICES:

Tax Treatment.  The Colorado Haiti Project, Inc. has been granted section 501(c)(3) organizational status by the IRS.  Donations to the Colorado Haiti Project, Inc. are tax deductible to the extent allowed by applicable law; it is the responsibility of the donor to determine the extent of any such deductibility.  No funds given to the Colorado Haiti Project may be used for the specific benefit of any officer, director, member, or other private individual, except to further the ongoing charitable mission of the organization.

Reliance.  The information contained in this website is for general information only, and does not create a contract or provide any representation or promise from the Colorado Haiti Project.  No binding obligation of the Colorado Haiti Project can occur without written documentation signed by the Executive Director, the Director of Fund Development and Donor Engagement, or the Chair of the Board of Directors.