Hurricane Irma Devastation in Haiti

Life-saving medical helicopters continue to fly

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Ever since Hurricane Irma coursed along Haiti’s northern coast on September 7, 2018, Haiti Air Ambulance has flown missions non-stop. Our state-of-the-art helicopters and experienced medical crew are permanently based in Port au Prince, uniquely positioning us to provide life saving services 365 days per year. And those days following Hurricane Irma’s impact were the most crucial.

Families have lost everything, including the most painful loss of loved ones. Haiti Air Ambulance is committed to helping those who continue to be threatened by loss of life or limb. We are able to reach patients anywhere in Haiti within an hour, stabilizing them immediately and providing care en route to the facilities best equipped to receive them.

Our administrative costs are completely underwritten, which means 100% of all donations go directly to funding our programs. Haiti is a vibrant, developing nation of 10 million people just two hours from Miami, Florida. Yet this precious island nation is the poorest in the western hemisphere. The needs are great, but at this time they are greater than ever. Our sustainability relies in part in your generous donations.

There is hope in the skies over Haiti. For more information, email info@nullhaitiairambulance.org

Help is needed in Haiti now and Haiti Air Ambulance is committed to supplying that aid. Your assistance will provide fuel for our helicopters, medical supplies and clinical care to those most impacted by Hurricane Irma.

Please donate today, no amount is too small.

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