In Partnership with HAPPARI (Haitian American Partnership for Positive Actions of Rhode Island), Hope and Change for Haiti is hosting an event to bring the rhythms of traditional Haitian music to Rhode Island. This event is a one day workshop about Haitian Drum teaching to benefit the Rhode Island community and others nearby. Haitian Master Drummer Leon Mackendie from "Jean Appolon Expressions" (in Cambridge MA) is the facilitator of this workshop.
This workshop will take
Mrs. Coretta Scott King said "The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. All one needs is a heart of grace and a soul generated by love". As we are celebrating the #BlackHistoryMonth, this quote of Dr King's wife emphasizes on the importance of helping one another to rise up and to create change.
In that spirit, Times2 Academy, a charter school in Providence through its Executive Director, made a do
On behalf of our Board of Directors and people in Paillant-Haiti, I would like to wish you and your family a HAPPY HOLIDAY season.
One way or another, you have greatly contributed in helping Hope and Change for Haiti reaches its 2018 goals. For that, I would like to sincerely thank you. May the Magic and the wonder of the holiday season stay with you throughout the coming year. Contributions from our supporters come on different ways: - You donate to us
Alex and Ani ChapelView in Cranston is hosting a fundraiser for Hope and Change for Haiti on Friday December 14, 2018 from 4pm to 7pm to benefit the organization. And we humbly invite you to come and shop that day there for your loves ones. 15% of all items purchased will be donated to HnC to help sustain its education project. Let’s continue to make a difference together in the life of the disadvantage people. 2018 is at its end. Excited or anxious, we are all working hard
I would like to remind you about our Educational Training on Sexual Harassment Prevention that will take place this coming Saturday November 24th 2018 at 9:00am at the location of SProut Coworking ~ 166 Valley St Providence RI 02909.
There is a few seats available. If you live in RI, click HERE to register. Free Registration Free Parking Certificate will be awarded Training Materials will be provided Food and Refreshment will be served I sincerely thank to our sponsors Amic
Thanks to your generous support and thanks to all who attended our First Annual "Engage for Change" Gala fundraiser, we were able to raise enough money to build a three bedrooms house for another family among 70 who lost their home during hurricane Matthew that destroyed the southern region of Haiti on October 4-6, 2016. Fred Jean-Baptiste is the recipient of the 2nd house built by Hope and Change for Haiti in this program. He lives in the village of Jeannette, Paillant-Haiti
On behalf of our Board of Directors I would like to sincerely thank you for attending our First Annual "Engage for Change" Gala Fundraiser on August 22nd 2018 at Imperial Room in Cranston-RI. To all of you who have one way or another contributed in making this event a success, THANK YOU! In French I would say "Merci!".
Thank you to our honorees Rev Bishop Joseph Simon, Mrs. Gail Faris, and Mrs. Cynthia Sparkes for your unconditional and unrelenting contribution in bringing
Over the last 2 years we have found out that there are so many Haitians especially Haitian women living in RI who have worked tirelessly to support our fellows in many areas in Haiti where there are immeasurable needs. They have organized missionaries trips to Haiti several times per year, have sent thousands of kids to school, delivered sanitary kits and medication to needy people in Haiti, evangelized those who seek the presence of God, brought comfort to the oppressed and
Born and raised in Haiti, Aniece moved to the United States in 2009 after she escaped from a life-threatening situation that left her with no choice. She settled down ever since in Cranston Rhode Island with her family. Like the majority of children who grew up in Haiti, she experienced extreme limited access to basic needs such as food, water, clothing, healthcare, and decent living space. Her parents were among of the 80% of the population who did not have a formal job to h
Dr. Norly Germain serves as the Executive-Director of “Hope and Change for Haiti” since November 2016. Born and raised in Haiti by a single mother, Dr. Germain experienced a difficult childhood as the accessibility to basics needs was extremely limited to him. He grew up in a village where sturdy houses, access to clean water, electricity, road infrastructure, transportation means, groceries stores or markets were nonexistent. There were only one elementary school and one dis