The event will be at
The Houndstooth Pub
520 8th Avenue
March 23, 2013
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 per child
There will be face painting by Happy Creative Arts. There will be a meet and greet with MJxpressions-
There will be a shopping Village to purchase Easter presents from fantastic businesses, The Jersey Cookie Girl, Touchstone Crystal, Arbonne by Angela Christou, DCS Chocolates, Cupcake ala Crem'e, Royal Brat, Fibi and Clo by Kathy Woung Fallon and many more!
About Cupcakes that Care
Cupcakes that Care was founded by Bridget O'Brien and Tiffany Troiano Co-Founders of the very successful and popular Charity Production Company Cocktails That Care who produce unique parties with entertainment that has attracted many celebrities, VIPs, performers and philanthropists to attend. The guests are educated by the charity or non profit that they are sponsoring during the event. Tiffany and Bridget's organization has caught the attention of the media. One of their events was even featured on the Oxygen Network! The duo expanded the red carpet experience to families with children by launching Cupcakes That Care. The experience allowed families to share a unique philanthropic experience while enjoying top notch entertainment that delighted both parents and kids
Vendors Needed Please contact Bridget O'Brien
email@example.com if interested
HADEM’s vision is to provide substantive developmental opportunities to university graduates through leadership training, internship programs, and real world entrepreneurial experiences. These initiatives will be designed to implant the skills and motivation necessary to generate employment and rebuild Haiti.
Haiti Aujourd’hui & Demain” (HADEM) is a 501 c not-for-profit organization that was founded by a group of Haitian-born professionals who are committed to the rebuilding of Haiti and reestablishing a foundation for economic and professional growth within its communities.
HADEM will aggressively pursue its mission by contacting and working with government agencies, NGO’s, and multi-national corporations in order to change the future economic landscape of Haiti.
Haiti Aujourd’hui & Demain (HADEM) or (Haiti-Today & Tomorrow) consists of professionals from the Haitian Diaspora, whose mission is to train Haitian professionals in Haiti in response to the devastating earthquake of January 12, 2010 which led to huge losses in the ranks of Haitian technicians at all levels.
This will be accomplished by finding professionals who can volunteer their time to work with professionals in Haiti and coordinate workshop with established institutions including universities and serve as a liaison between the Diaspora and Haiti’s young university students.