Andrew Grene worked for the United Nations in the cause of peace in some of the
world's most dangerously precarious situations, among them the Central African
Republic, Ethiopia and Eritrea. He helped to broker the peaceful transition of power
from Indonesia to an independent East Timor. In his final posting he worked
passionately, lovingly, with unwavering courage and with an unshakeable belief in the
country and the people of Haiti. He lost his life there in the earthquake of January 2010
in the service of peace and hope for the Haitian people.

The Andrew Grene Foundation is a
charity dedicated to providing aid
direct to the people of Haiti. Funds are
allocated to the education of Haitian
children and to the microfinancing of
small-scale Haitian businesses. Your
support will create a profound, life
changing difference to individuals,
their families and their communities.

The Foundation is named in memory of
Andrew Grene who perished in the
earthquake of January 2010 while working
for the UN Peacekeeping mission in Haiti.
We aspire to perpetuate Andrew’s hopes
for a people in which he believed
profoundly. The organisation draws on
the knowledge of Andrew’s surviving
colleagues and friends who remain in
Haiti. Their first hand information and
unique familiarity with the issues and
people will enable the optimal use of

The Foundation is established and run
entirely by volunteers. As far as humanly
possible, all donations will be used
directly to fund transformational change
for individuals in Haiti. We pledge to
keep in touch with all donors who so
request, so you can follow how your
contribution is making a real difference.