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Celebrate Haitian Flag Day In New York City By Supporting Fundraising Happy Hour on 5/18/2014
On May 18, 2014 at 3pm, celebrate Haitian Flag Day by donating money and/or personal hygiene items at the Helping Haiti Happy Hour: West 3rd Common, 1 W 3rd St, New York, NY 10012. Suggested donation of $30 sponsors one child and includes open bar.
By: Jumpstart:HR, LLC
Here are a list of supplies that we are collecting:
Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Floss, Hand sanitizer, Soap, First aid kits (band-aids, etc.), New underwear, Socks (children and adults), Wash clothes, Hand towels, Sandals
We are asking for a suggested donation of $25 and/or clothing or any of the supplies mentioned above.
Our goal is to fill up 300 his/her sling bags for children in Haiti as well as distribute clothing.
Location of the event:
West 3rd Common
1 W 3rd St, New York City, 10012
More info can be found at:
Helping Haiti Happy Hour Chairperson Nohemie Pascal Says:
"A family member of mine recently took a trip to Haiti and shared pictures and stories of some of the things that he saw there. It shocked me and my heart went out to them... The country is still in the rebuilding phase and I think every little bit counts. If [we] can bring a smile or some kind of joy in someone else's life, why not?! You'd be amazed the little things we take for granted mean the world to others."
About The Event:
The event is Saturday, May 18, 2013 between the hours of 6-9pm. May 18th is also Fête du drapeau (which means flag day). The event is on Haitian flag day.
Who can participate?
We want to get young professionals involved and excited about helping and giving back!
Joey Price: jprice@jumpstart-
Twitter: @4HNYC (http://www.twitter.com/
RSVP and Donate: http://www.4hnyc.com
PRODEV's vision is a Haiti where all citizens have access to education and are empowered to take an active role in building a just and democratic society.
PRODEV's mission is to develop, manage and support schools and centers in underserved communities. Our network is committed to accessibility, excellence and civic participation. We advocate locally and internationally to promote the idea that only education can create a stronger Haiti.
Page Updated Last on: May 16, 2014