Blocks of Hope :: Building Homes


construct homes

form relationships


  • Since the earthquake, many people are still living in makeshift housing.
  • Poor living conditions leave people open to elements like rain, disease, and crime.
  • Most houses cost around $6,000 to build and can take a family around 10 years to save up and build.
  • Almost every living condition in Haiti is unsanitary and has no running water or septic systems.
  • An average of 7 Haitians live in each 400 square foot dwelling.


  • Building homes for displaced families.
  • Repairing or rebuilding homes found in poor condition.
  • Supplying jobs for Haitian workers.
  • Providing masonry and general construction training for Haitians.


  • Financially giving to the Blocks of Hope Program, providing funds for the building and reparation of Haitian houses in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
  • Collecting currently needed resources for our home building projects.
  • Attending a trip into Haiti or the D.R. to participate in the building of Haitian homes.
  • Contacting us to find out more information on how you can help!

This donation program is considered a "social service" and is therefore eligible for most corporate philanthropy matching programs. The program meets the following requirements:

  1. The program is open to all individuals in the community regardless of religious belief.
  2. The program serves a secular purpose, such as disaster relief, food distribution, or housing.
  3. The program does not require participants to join in religious worship as a condition of receiving the services that the nonprofit offers.
If you have further questions about your employer’s matching program, please reach out to us!