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Donate to help
children in Haiti

Donation types. Monthly or Single
Donation amounts, monthly.
Donation amounts, single.
Water purification tablets

£5 could help provide 1,786 water purification tablets.

Books stacked in a classroom.

£15 could provide exercise books for a class of 37 children to help them continue their education in times of crisis.

UNICEF’s family hygiene and dignity kit contain a bucket, washing powder, bars of soap, shampoo, tooth brushes, tooth paste, washable napkins among others. Photo by Kazutaka Sekine

£39 could provide a family with an emergency water and hygiene kit.

Assorted WASH supplies.

£25 could help provide emergency supplies like safe water, maternity kits and essential vaccines.

An open first aid kit, revealing medical supplies.

£32 could help pay for a large first aid kit for a health worker.

An open school-in-a-box kit.

£80 could help pay for school supplies to help at least 23 children continue their education in an emergency.

Sorry, we can only process donations of £1 and above due to admin costs.

Sorry, the maximum value for setting up a monthly gift online is £1000. If you’d like to make a larger monthly gift please reach out to our Supporter Care team who will be able to assist you.

If you’re trying to make a one-off donation, please click on the “Single” button above.

Escalating violence is putting children in Haiti at immediate risk. 

Years of humanitarian crises have left millions of people in Haiti vulnerable to disease, disaster, and political unrest. Already, hundreds of thousands have been displaced from their homes.​

Children and families are enduring relentless waves of brutal violence perpetrated by armed groups in their neighbourhoods, with each day bringing new horrors, the loss of loved ones, homes being destroyed by fires or bullets, and an ever-present shadow of fear.

Critical social services are on the brink of collapse and medical supplies are alarmingly scarce. Hospitals have become targets and are now being forced to evacuate their patients.

In recent weeks, 15,000 people have fled their homes in the capital Port-au-Prince, and tens of thousands more are under siege in their communities. Hundreds of schools are closed due to the fighting.​

UNICEF is working around the clock to keep children safe and reach families with life-saving emergency support. 

We are working with partners to ensure access to safe drinking water, hygiene supplies, as well as life-saving nutrition support. We are also working to ensure continuity of education and vaccinations.

Please donate to help protect children in Haiti.

How will my donation help children?

Our priority is to keep children safe, with access to water, therapeutic food and good hygiene.

We already have a presence in the country and will be continuing our work to administer vaccines and education.

In 2023, we:

  • Helped over 1.1 million people access safe drinking water
  • Provided measles and rubella vaccines for 190,000 children
  • Helped 80,000 children access formal and non-formal education

We are committed to staying to support the children of Haiti for as long as they need us. Please help us to reach children and families affected by this worsening crisis.

Donate to UNICEF UK today.

How can I help?

Donating by phone

If you’re in the UK and would prefer to make a donation by phone, you can call our dedicated donation line: 0300 330 5699. For other ways you can donate please refer to our Donation FAQs.

Please donate today and help children affected by this conflict in Haiti

For the first 6 months, your monthly gift will support children affected by the conflict in Haiti. After that, your donations will help keep children safe and healthy worldwide. In the unlikely event that the funds raised exceed what’s needed for the appeal, we will direct any excess funds to support our work to help keep children safe and healthy around the world.

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