The Dominican Republic Relief Organization

A not-for-profit serving the impoverished Haitian and Dominican peoples living in the Dominican Republic.

The Dominican Republic Relief Organization Service Area

The Dominican Republic Relief Organization is a a registered 501 (c)(3). Financial donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. By supporting the Dominican Republic Relief Organization, we are working together to make a difference in the lives of impoverished Dominicans and Haitian evacuees.

Click to download the Dominican Republic Relief Organization's IRS 501 (c)(3) determination letter.

It's all about what we do and what why we do it.
There are no paid positions on the Dominican Republic Relief Organization Executive board or Board of Electives and Advisory Chairs. This reduces necessary administrative costs making your donations go that much further toward producing our many humanitarian projects.

As our mission statement says, “our mission is to help the impoverished people residing in the Dominican Republic…” This includes Haitian people who migrated before and after the 2010 earthquake and it also includes those who continue to migrate eastward to the Dominican.

The impoverished Haitians and Dominicans living in deplorable poverty-stricken areas called Bateys live a bare existence. We recognize they have little food. We recognize they have unsanitary drinking water and the current disposal of sewerage adds to disease and death. We recognize there is little education and with that, we recognize there is no future for these families.

What we also recognize is it is our responsibility to help our neighbors and fellow man whenever and wherever we can. That is why we do what we do. Please join us in making a difference.

Mission Statement
Our mission is to help the impoverished people residing in the Dominican Republic by, providing healthcare, education, housing, vocational training, clean water, food, clothing, and other necessities of life. Residents would also be trained in productive vocations such as construction, farming, education, administration, water management, and sanitation. Our ultimate goal is to help develop healthy, educated, self-sustaining communities.
We came, we saw, we give...please also give, thank you.
Michael Kambourakis—founder