Quisqueya Concerned Citizens is a nonprofit corporation exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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Only 12.5% of the population has access to electricity 

The national poverty rate is 58.6%, and the average annual income is about $350

Haiti's illiteracy rate is 61%

About Us

Quisqueya Concerned Citizens Inc. was created to bring immediate help to communities in need, and improve the overall quality of life for people in impoverished and underserved areas. 

This organization is a non for profit, 501 (c)(3) tax exempt corporation run by a motivated Board of Trustees. Our goal is to respond as quick as possible when help is needed, and in Haiti, that's everyday. Just by taking a walk on the streets we realize that our neighbor's basic needs are not met. We want to give them a purpose in life, rather than trying to survive day to day. This means providing them with shoes, clothes, food, health and an education; all things that are accessible to us in the United States. 

Our Board of Trustees

Marie Dupiton- President

Guy Theus- Vice President 

Arielle Dupiton- Secretary

Liliane Claude- Assistant Secretary

Landrina Theus- Treasurer

Joelle Dupiton- Assistant Treasurer

Dominique Colimon- Advisor

Yamilee Mackenzie- Advisor

Micheline Mackenzie- Advisor

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