Please note that on Saturday, December 9, 2017, Salus University–Eye Institute division, is offering a FREE public health vision program for infants. This event will be held between 9:30 a.m. and noon. You must RSVP at www.SalusUhealth.com/infantSEE
- FREE Breakfast;
- Raffle Prizes;
- Pediatricians will be present to answer your questions.
Please check out the Free Library of Philadelphia for dates on multiple job fairs that will be held throughout the City of Philadelphia.
The first event will be held on Friday, October 6, at the Paschalville Library from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The next job fair will be held on Thursday, October 26, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Regional Central Library, followed by a networking event until 8:00 p.m. Dress properly and bring your resume.
Please note that the Small Business Administration is offering temporary positions to help with the two crises caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. These jobs are mostly in CA, TX, and NY. Please share this information with friends and family members. Thank you.
There is a 4-day Flag day celebration in the City of Philadelphia that requires the participation of all Haitians and all friends of Haiti. We look forward to your support of all of them if possible:
Flag Raising in Philadelphia – first time event that the Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia obtained permission from the City of Philadelphia to officially make May 18th, Haitian Flag Day in Philadelphia. This important event will take place on Thursday, May 18th, at 12:30 p.m. in City Hall, northeast flagpoles. Lunch will follow the flag raising event.
Annual Fundraising event organized by the Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia on Friday, May 19;
A day of fun and celebration of culture organized by HFDCP. Come to the Philadelphia soccer team competition and award ceremony on Saturday, May 20th, at 9:00 a.m.
Art Music from Haiti – a concert to benefit the music education of Haitian children by the BLUME foundation and in conjunction with the Episcopal Church. The FREE concert will be on Sunday, May 21 at 5:00 p.m. at 38th & chestnut streets.
Come in great numbers to celebrate the freedom our ancestors obtained for us with their lives.
Friends, please join us at the book signing of Steven Werlin’s latest book “To Fool the Rain” on Monday, April 17, between 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. at Haverford Friends Meeting, located at 855 Buck Lane, Haverfor PA 19041. Steven is the Communication and Learning officer for Fonkoze program in Haiti. He will be available for a Q&A. If if it is your first time hearing about Fonkoze, well you are in for a treat. This organization is a microfinance organization helping the poorest of the poorest women to achieving great business projects. Read more at fonkoze.org. Please come to support this book signing.
Friends, we wish to thank you for making the year 2016 so successful. How successful have we been? Let us tell you.
Many individuals received free dental and vision care because we supported and encouraged major dental and eye surgeons with their personal missions in Haiti.
Many individuals received free healthcare because we were the channel of matching hospitals equipment and other items to the hospitals in both Haiti and in Africa as well.
Many children were fed, clothed, and had safe home because we identified non-profit agencies and encouraged you to support their work as well.
Many individuals are employed near the Cap Haitien town because we personally guided a company to establish their manufacturing plant in that area.
We could go on and on but YOU actually did all that. So be proud of your accomplishments. We wish to express our deepest gratitude for your continued support of the work of the Coalition. May your wishes be realized in 2017. Sincerely, thank you.
We wish to thank all our supporters of the 2016 Gala. You came in to support the work of the Coalition even during this cold night. We work hard to serve those in need rain or shine as these people are in need rain or shine. Please, if you were unable to attend the gala, please consider making a donation. We thank you with deep gratitude on behalf of the people we serve.
We, members of the Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia, strive to excel in everything we do. The 2016 gala is this Saturday, December 17, 2016. It begins at 7:30 p.m. with appetizers and a cocktail hour and the opportunity to mingle with great people. We wish to share with you our many accomplishments while you are enjoying tasty food from our country.
Our top priority is to be great hosts and to make you happy from the time we greet you on Saturday until the next gala in 2017. To help us achieve that goal, we need you to also let us know how many of you will be coming this Saturday. It will help us with sitting arrangements and finalizing the cocktail hour. We know that people tend to wait until the last minute to purchase their tickets.
You have heard that the Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia has been entertaining its guests very well each year. Please let us know if you are coming. We appreciate your understanding.
You are cordially invited to attend the Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia 2016 Gala to be held on December 17, 2016, at the Ukrainian Cultural Center at 700 N Cedar Road, Jenkintown, PA, at 7:30 p.m. We wish to give you an update of our work in Haiti over the past year and to share our vision for the future. We especially need your support this year as Haiti is in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
Access the invite and we ask that you place an advertisement in the gala book. A special rate is offered to individuals and entities that place an ad no later than November 25, 2016. We look forward to being in your company on December 17. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach us via email or phone (215) 439-5409 or (215) 432-7585
When Hurricane Matthew hit earlier this month, it left in its wake a devastated land and population from the Southeast to the Northwest region of Haiti. As expected in such times, the need for food, water and medicine are always urgent since the sea salt impacts the agriculture, potable water, roads, health and infrastructural livelihood. Due to the colossal level of damage this time, the current needs are even more dire.
As expected, the Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia joined forces with its partner organizations to respond to this disaster, as it had done previously. Following the 2010 earthquake, the Haiti Rescue Fund was set up in order to bring relief to those in need. The Fund was conceived to accept ongoing donations year round in anticipation of the environmental costs to the island nation brought about the growing impact of global warming. Read more….
Donate at HAITI Rescue Fund