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Tee Up to Save Lives
Wednesday 10:30 AM - Thursday 8:30 PM EDT
This event will take place all September long! Choose any course, anywhere, and show your support for FOTCOH!
Grab your clubs and put together a foursome to play at your favorite local golf course. You can join us by choosing any course to play on any day in September!
Find out the latest efforts in Haiti since the earthquake, including the importance of access to clean water for the families impacted by the earthquake.
On the Green with Nathan Ruby as he shares the 3 Things That Makes FOTCOH Special!
Hackers for Haiti Event Details:
Grab your clubs and put together a foursome to play at your favorite local golf course. You can play on any course you choose on any day in September!
At the end of the month, FOTCOH will publish the pictures as we celebrate our success.
Thanks to your generous support, our Haitian patients are still receiving the high-quality health care that they so desperately need. We hope you’ll raise your clubs and invite a few friends to join you on the golf course to help FOTCOH continue providing medical care to adults and children living in rural Haiti.
Update on September 1, 2021:
Our annual golf event, Hackers for Haiti, starts today! Hear from our Executive Director, Nathan Ruby, to learn about how you can join us!
FOTCOH's golf outing is a community favorite! Here's some favorite moments from past years!
FOTCOH serves 15,000+ Haitian people each year. Our American medical volunteers work alongside Haitian team members to triage injuries, treat illness, provide dental and surgical services, support women’s health, and provide life-saving nutritional support for malnourished children. Our weekly Urgent Care clinics serve approximately 25-50 patients per day and provide year-round medical support for the community. Quarterly Vital Health Clinics offer more intensive procedures and treatments and serve approximately 2,000-3,000 patients per clinic. Our Women’s Health Initiative provides prenatal care, breastfeeding education, cloth diapers, and more.
FOTCOH also leads hygiene and health programs in the community. Through our WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) Program, we teach proper handwashing techniques, provide access to clean water, build latrines, and promote proper sanitation practices.
Our clinic has proudly stayed open, serving Haiti, even amid the COVID-19 crisis thanks to our incredible Haitian team. Last year, launched our Weekly Urgent Care clinics where we treat up to 80 people per week in addition to our quarterly Vital Health Clinics.
As part of our commitment to the people we serve, 93% of FOTCOH employees are Haitian, and 40 Haitian people receive a living wage from FOTCOH each year.
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