A cross-cultural initiative empowering young people to make a sustainable difference in the world

The Haiti Plunge is a cross-cultural educational program initiative set up for high school and college youth to prove that young people can make a difference in the world. The program takes place in the mountainous Cabaret Region of Haiti, 58 miles north of Port au Prince.

Since 1984, the Haiti Plunge has been sending mission teams exclusively to this area to sustainably develop a nine-village agricultural cooperative, with the goal of empowering the Haitian people to take charge of their own future and their country.


The Chris Canning Show on Access Pittsfield TV broadcast a feature: 'The Haiti Plunge with Sister Eunice'. Watch it here.

Do you make donations to worthy nonprofits?
If so, please consider donating to The Haiti Plunge. 

100% of the money collected goes to help the people of Haiti.

We welcome donations of any size. Some examples of what a donation can help us achieve:

  • $100 sends a child to primary school for a year. Donors receive a photo and a biography of the child they sponsor. 
  • $275 builds a raised garden for a woman and her family
  • $300 will purchase materials to cement a classroom floor

Haiti Plunge is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit which receipts all donations for tax purposes.

Checks can be made out to Haiti Plunge Inc. and mailed to:
The Haiti Plunge, Inc. • P.O. Box 376, Adams, MA  01220

Donations can also made through our website's Paypal Account: