Haiti Hurricane Relief

On Oct 3rd, 2016, Matthew landed on regions of Haiti as a category-4 hurricane. Still recovering from a magnitude 7 earthquake back in 2010, Haiti is devastated by the strongest hurricane in the past 50 year. Up till 10 October, 2,1 million persons has been affected and 1,4 million persons are in need of urgent assistance in different departments of Haiti.

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Being a member of Integral Alliance (IA) ourselves, CEDAR supports other IA members to provide emergency relief to Haiti. We urge you to act now and support our work.

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*Integral Alliance is a global alliance of 23 Christian relief and development agencies, working together to present a more effective response to poverty worldwide. CEDAR Fund is one of the member agencies.

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Address: CEDAR Fund, G.P.O. Box 3212, Hong Kong
Email: sharing@cedarfund.org
WhatsApp (for donation matters only): 5160 7549

  1. CEDAR is an approved charitable institution and trust of a public character under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. Please visit Inland Revenue Department website for details.
  2.  Donations over $100 are tax deductible in Hong Kong with our receipts.
  3. Please DO NOT fax any donation information.

If the donation exceeds the above mentioned allocation of funds, the excess amount will be transferred to CEDAR’s ‘Emergency Relief and Disaster Preparedness Fund’. The fund will enable us to respond to immediate needs, and support disaster mitigation in poor nations always being hit by disasters to reduce the amount of devastation.