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The Lambi Fund of Haiti

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The Lambi Fund of Haiti is a wildlife protection organization based in Washington, DC that was founded in 1993. As of 2019 they had $408,701 in revenue and $663,727 in assets.

The lambi fund of haiti provides financial resources, training, and technical assistance to peasant-led community organizations that promote social and economic empowerment of the haitian people. The lambi fund's mission is to work with local organiza...

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Program areas at The Lambi Fund of Haiti

Sustainable development: the sustainable development program portfolio is the largest program in 2018 that is comprised of sustainable agriculture in the form of 12 ox- plowing, 3 mills, 1 mango production, 1 coffee production and production of legumes in lambi fund cpp farm; animal husbandry with 7 goat breeding projects. Each project improves partners' livelihoods and income. The membership total of 2018 of lambi fund was 3,652 individuals; women accounting for 2,422 (66.3%) and 1230 men or (33.7%.) Additionally those projects benefit people in the community who are not members. For example, 2000 people in the population (members and non-members) have access to products processed through the mills. Below is a breakdown of how the projects promote long-term building and the number of lives that benefitted from them in 2018: sustainable agriculture. Some oxen and plows disappeared during the impact of hurricane matthew, resulting in lost crops thereafter. Using an ...

Training/capacity building/advocacy: alongside technical and management trainings included in each project, lambi fund provides organizational and leadership development seminars for grassroots organizations and women associations. Lambi fund offered 18 trainings lasting an average of 2 days. 3 trainings in improved skills and organization, 3 techniques for management, 5 in building nursery, 3 in storage of grains and seeds and ox-plows, 4 in goat breeding. The average number of participants is 32. Additional on regional training was conducted for organizations in the south on gender equity.

Environment: planting trees helps recover the depleted haitian terrain for current and future generations. Haiti is still considered the most deforested country in the western hemisphere. Planting trees not only improves the land and soil to assist farmers with planting, but it also prevents natural disaster like land/mud-slides from occurring. Trees are a needed natural resource that allows life to flourish. The goal was to plant 406,000 trees in 2018 (production totaling 240,000 trees, plus 166,000 trees from all other projects, as required. Cherries, papaya, mango, cacao, oranges, cashews etc were planted. Partner organizations have succeeded in growing 373,828 seedlings in nurseries. 719 farmers have benefited from the distribution of the seedlings.

Form 990s for The Lambi Fund of Haiti

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Jan 27, 2020990View PDF
2017-12Feb 21, 2019990View PDF
2016-12Dec 22, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Nov 2, 2016990View PDF
2014-12Jul 9, 2015990View PDF
...and seven more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for The Lambi Fund of Haiti

Total grants, contributions, etc.$400,532
Program services$2,826
Investment income and dividends$3,854
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$1,489
Total revenues$408,701

Vendors for The Lambi Fund of Haiti

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Anglin Reichmann Armstrong PCTax accounting2019-11-13
██████Fundraising software; Payment processing2019-09-19
████████ ██████ ███Tax accounting2014-10-22

Personnel at The Lambi Fund of Haiti

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Marie CyrExecutive Director$65,764Feb. 1, 2019
Marie Marcelle RacineTreasurer$0Dec. 31, 2017
█████ ████Vice Chair$0Dec. 31, 2017
████ ████████Board Chair$0Dec. 31, 2017
███████ ███Secretary$0Dec. 31, 2017
█████ █ █████████Past Executive Director$84,526Dec. 31, 2014
███████ ███████████████Past Board Treasurer$0Dec. 31, 2014

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10Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center (CWWC)501(c)(3)$1.1 millionDivide, CO
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16California Outdoor Heritage Alliance Foundation (COHA)501(c)(3)$506,313Sacramento, CA
17DC Greenworks (DCG)501(c)(3)$548,746Washington, DC
18Mid-Atlantic Center for Herpetology and Conservation501(c)(3)$442,568Oley, PA
19Center for Renewable Energy and Appropriate Technology for the Envi (CREATE)501(c)(3)$403,492Eugene, OR
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22CO2 Coalition501(c)(3)$571,728Arlington, VA
23Audubon Society of Greater Denver501(c)(3)$326,984Littleton, CO
24Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC)501(c)(3)$1.8 millionLansing, MI
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