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Families and children in Haiti urgently need your support

Essential supplies are needed to help those affected by the devastation

Please enter a donation of at least £1

Help protect children in Haiti

The deadly earthquake that hit Haiti on 14 August may have disappeared from the headlines but the struggle for children and families is just beginning. The earthquake has claimed the lives of over 2,100 people. Rescue attempts are still happening amidst the rubble of collapsed buildings

Schools, churches and health centres have been destroyed. It’s being widely reported that hospitals are near collapse and it’s estimated that over 53,000 families have been left homeless and without shelter.

Will you stand with the people of Haiti? Your donation today will help us respond quickly to this emergency. With your support, families and children who have had their lives destroyed by this devastating event will get the essential relief supplies they need to survive.

Help us to act fast to save children's lives.

What you can provide

How you can help

Your donation will help children and families in the wake of this disaster.


You can help us provide clean water, food, shelter and sanitation to over 200,000 people in the coming days and weeks, focusing on the most vulnerable children and families. And we’ll create child friendly spaces to ensure the ongoing safety of children who are often most at risk when disasters strike.


Your donation today will mean we can act fast to save children's lives.

We are working diligently with partners to get the items in the hands of those who urgently are in need of them.

Leslie Michaud

Senior Operations Director, World Vision Haiti

How we work in emergencies

When emergencies hit, children are often the most at risk. That’s why we need to be there – in places torn apart by disasters and conflict.

Your support is needed now more than ever

Why World Vision

Together we’ve impacted the lives of over 200 million​ vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty.​

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