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Last updated: 8 November 2014
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- December, 2012: Sun Ovens International partnered with the Friends of Haiti Organization to provide solar cookers to Haiti. The project provided 5 Villager Sun Ovens and 240 Global Sun Ovens . ().
- January 30, 2010: Solar ovens "cooking up a storm" for quake victims in Petite Riviere De Nippes, Haiti.
- January, 2010: Sun Ovens International has been working in Haiti for the past 11 years. Hundreds of thousands of Haitians are homeless and camps will need to be opened to provide food and shelter for Haiti's Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). Sun Ovens International is partnering with the Friends of Haiti Organization (FOHO) to send as many Global Sun Ovens as possible to Haiti. On January 28, 2010 FOHO in partnership with Feed My Starving Children will be sending a shipping container with 270,000 meals and Global Sun Ovens to Port au Prince, Haiti. There is room for additional Sun Ovens to be included with this shipment and additional shipments are being planned. Donations of any amount will be greatly appreciated. Checks should be made payable to the: Friends of Haiti Organization, PO Box 222 Holland, OH 43528 (Please note the donation is for the Sun Oven project.) FOHO is a 501C3 nonprofit organization so all donations will be tax deductable. One hundred percent of the donation will go directly to sending Sun Ovens to Haiti no administrative expenses will be deducted.