Haiti Cultural Exchange

Haiti Cultural Exchange has provided arts and cultural engagement to New York communities since 2009. Our year-round calendar of events, series, and collaborations celebrate Haiti and its culture. These programs work as a catalyst for bringing our community together and strengthening bonds between artist, audience, parent and child. Through our dedication to collaboration and creating accessible public programs, HCX is building connections that cross discipline and foster understanding.

To continue providing programs for the public and opportunities for artists, we need YOU, our community, to rally around us. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to HCX to ensure that our Haitian arts, culture and education programs continue to thrive in NYC!

HCX is a labor of love for our volunteers, board members, interns, and small staff. Just as the Haitian Konbit brings people together for the common cause of planting the land, HCX seeks to bring people, ideas, and communities together to grow their understanding and engagement with Haitian culture.

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by making a contribution today!
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Your continued support will act as a springboard for the future of HCX allowing us to broaden exposure for Haitian artists, expand opportunities for youth & families, foster community and artist-led engagement efforts, and grow our connections to Haiti.

Haiti Cultural Exchange is  a 501c (3) tax-exempt organization. Donations are deductible to the full extent of the law.

To make your one-time or recurring donation via credit card, please click here.

To send your tax-deductible contribution by mail, please make your check payable to Haiti Cultural Exchange.

Mail your donation to:
Haiti Cultural Exchange
c/o FiveMyles Gallery
558 St Johns Place
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Board Members

Marylin Andre-Isaac
Fabrice Armand
Sheila Guillaume
Marie-Flore Joseph
Régine M. Roumain
Magdaly Saint-Juste
The HCX Mission

Our organization develops,
presents and promotes
the cultural expressions
of the Haitian people.

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