The RRN raises funds to support garment workers in Haiti, who are often illegally fired for exercising their legal union rights – organizing for an increased minimum wage, social services and safe working conditions. Funds may also support poor and landless peasants fighting for their rights in the rural areas of Haiti.

Funds are also used to help offset the costs of printing thousands of leaflets, providing meals at union meetings, and sometimes covering transportation costs for workers traveling long distances to make meetings.

All funds are wired directly to organizers in Haiti to use at their discretion to support the work of SOTA-BO, SOKOWA, SAKAD & SOVAGH textile unions as well as the poor and landless peasant efforts.

In 2024 funds will be used to help workers and peasants stay safe and alive. Donations will be used for food, shelter, and the basics while work is either non-existent or seriously reduced due the the dangerous situation with gang violence across the country and concentrated in the capital, Port Au Prince.

What can you contribute today?

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Choose the Amount that Works for You. Every donation has a BIG impact.

You can also Donate via Venmo – @RRNsolidarity


The RRN is not a 501(c)3, so your donation is not tax deductible… but is a good exercise of your conscience.

Donations are deposited in an RRN affiliated bank account, then wired directly to Batay Ouvriye in Haiti. Thank you for your solidarity!