Gifts from friends and partners enable CMB to go beyond our daily operating costs and bring about true change. These financial gifts allow CMB to care for the poor, complete important capital projects, and provide physician-in-training scholarships for Christian-Haitian physicians to complete necessary residency training.
Currently, just 5% of CMB's budget comes from outside gifts, which limits advancement of these vital initiatives. Please consider donating today and help CMB transform the physical and spiritual health of Northwest Haiti.
How to Give
CMB partners with Crossworld to process online donations. If you or your organization are interested in designating a contribution to a specific need, follow the instruction below. For any additional questions, please email us.
Visit Crossworld's UEBH Beraca Medical Center La Pointe giving form.
Enter contribution amount and click "Give Now".
Choose "add instructions to finance office" and write in your preferred designation. You can designate contributions to the Poor Fund, Capital Projects, or Scholarship Fund.
Canadian donors can give by clicking the link by the Canadian flag on the Crossworld giving page.
Fill out payment information and click "Process Gift".
Or, you may mail-in a check to include the below:
1. Make check payable to: “Crossworld”
2. Include on memo line: “Account #54612 (CMB)”
3. May attach note to designate: Poor Fund, Scholarship Fund, Capital Fund, or “where most needed”
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We serve and care for all those who visit us, no matter a patient’s ability to pay. In the last 18 months, CMB has provided a monthly average of $4,500 of care to destitute patients who could not pay. Read about the uses of CMB's Poor Fund and consider helping to provide this care with a monthly or one-time gift to the CMB Poor Fund.
Capital expansion projects are ways in which CMB hopes to go beyond our daily operations to bring about needed advancement to both our facility and the greater community we care for.
CMB is facing a pressing need to rebuild and expand its outpatient facility where an average of 250 patients a day are received and treated. Currently, this project is in the execution stage and CMB will continue to share updates as they develop.
CMB invests in our future physicians through a physician-in-training scholarship fund. Christian doctors who wish to advance their training in specialties needed at CMB and who are committed to return to serve with us, are essential for our sustainability. Read more about how this fund has grown our staff and consider contributing to this vital program.