With Amazon Smile, you can not only order supplies for FOTCOH to ship directly to the office, but you can support FOTCOH with a donation as well! What is Amazon Smile? AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.
What supplies does FOTCOH need to be shipped to the office?
Listed below are some supplies and medications that are needed for our clinic in Haiti. Please contact us for additional information or to schedule a time to drop-off donations. Supplies mailed to the office are welcome at any time.
We kindly request that only donations listed be purchased. Thank you!
FOTCOH shipping address:
Friends of the Children of Haiti
1020 W Birchwood St.
Morton, IL 61550
Multivitamin Infant Drops, 50-milliliter bottles – generic or brand name such as Zarbee’s Baby Multivitamin Drops or Enfamil Poly-Vi-Sol (with or without IRON)
Children’s Multivitamin Chewable Tablets – generic or brand such as Flintstones (with IRON, no gummies please)
Selenium Sulfide Shampoo – generic, any size bottle
Eye rewetting drops – generic, single-use vials or multi-use bottles
PERSONAL HYGIENE CARE
Toothbrushes – all sizes
Baby wipes -single packs, not JUMBO
Baby diapers – size: newborn & 2
Cloth diapers – like Gerber pre-folds
Toothpaste – travel and full size
Band-Aids – generic, fabric type
Alcohol prep pads
Hand sanitizer – 8-10 oz size with pump
Glucose test strips -Health Pro Easy Touch brand
Glucose lancets – 30g
ADDITIONAL SUPPLY NEEDS
Clorox disinfecting wipes
Dixie cups (3oz size)
Batteries (AA, AAA, 9V)
Sharpies (black, red, green)
Ballpoint pens (blue or black)
Rubber bands (regular size)
90% isopropyl alcohol (16-ounce bottle size)
How can you get involved in helping children and adults in Haiti?
You can help us provide life-saving support to the Haitian population in and around our medical clinic in a few different ways.
One way is by becoming a volunteer. Volunteer teams from the U.S. travel to Haiti to provide support for the most impoverished people in Haiti, who otherwise would have no access to medical care or wellness education of any kind. Team volunteers work side-by-side with experienced FOTCOH personnel, treating people who otherwise will go without any medical attention. All volunteers return home with a sense of experience and satisfaction unmatched in other endeavors.
Another way is by donating to FOTCOH. Funds go to purchasing medications, surgical supplies, and supporting our Medika Mamba program for malnourished Haitian children.