Help coffee, cocoa and mango farmers rebuild their lives after the devastation of Hurricane Matthew, Haiti's biggest humanitarian crisis since the 2010 earthquake.
- £10 could provide a kit of essentials like soap and clean water tablets
- £40 could provide a food package to feed a family for a week
- £50 could provide materials and tools for rebuilding a roof
- £100 could provide seeds for food crops, fertiliser and tools
Your donation will help coffee farmers like Maurice Jean-Louis (pictured) who has seen his dreams for a better life taken away.
Farmers like Maurice have been left without shelter, livestock and vital crops. They have been left short of food, income and a means to provide for their families. But you can help.
The Fairtrade Foundation is working in partnership with the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Fair Trade Small Producers and Workers (CLAC), to deliver relief to some of the most seriously affected farmers. Find out more here
Fairtrade is all about supporting farmers to work their way out of poverty. But when a disaster like Hurricane Matthew strikes, everyone needs a helping hand. Please support farmers like Maurice with a gift so that they can rebuild everything they've worked for. As Maurice says: 'Let's not give up, because
while there is life there is hope'.
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