1. Email us at email@example.com with a list of items that you believe may match our needs.
Because of ease of repairs and availability of replacement parts, older equipment and lower-tech items better serve our needs.
We can only accept medications with expiration dates 6 months or more from the donation date.
Disposing of items in Haiti is expensive and can easily pollute the environment. We take every precaution to ensure that we ship only what is needed and useful.
We do not have funds to pay for shipping for most items. However, in certain circumstances, we may be able to pay for transportation for biomedical equipment or other high-value items.
We take our stewardship of your donation very seriously. See our financial information for a detailed breakdown of our income and expenses.
Konbit Sante is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in the State of Maine. Your donations are fully tax-deductable to the extent allowable by law.
We gladly accept checks, cashier’s checks and money orders made payable to Konbit Sante. Mail your donation to:
We are happy to take your donation over the telephone.
You can also sign up for recurring donations.
By reviewing various options with your financial and/or tax advisor, you can determine the estate plan gift that meets your immediate and future financial needs.
1. Include a bequest in your new will or trust or add a codicil (amendment) to your current will. When naming Konbit Sante to receive a bequest, you can tailor your request to your personal circumstances. You can designate:
*a specific amount
*a percentage of your entire estate
*a percentage of the remainder of your estate after all other bequests and distributions are satisfied
2. Designate Konbit Sante as a beneficiary of your IRA or Pension Plan.
*name and address of honoree
To donate stock, contact Richard Williams via email
or call (207) 347-6733
Make a donation to commemorate your own birthday, wedding, anniversary or other event, or for a special person in your life. You can make a one-time donation or create a campaign to gather community donations.