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Le Lambi Circle | A new opportunity to invest in HCX’s future

12.22.15

LeLambiCircleUpdatedFor seven years. Haiti Cultural Exchange has developed and grown dynamic programming toward creating a permanent presence for Haitian Arts & Culture in New York City. In 2016, the organization will take its efforts to a new stage by embarking on a plan to establish New York’s first Haitian cultural center. At this important juncture, we present Le Lambi Circle.

To join the inaugural Le Lambi Circle is to answer a special call to serve as a pillar of the Diaspora community in New York City. Our aim is to bring twenty donors into this circle throughout the new year in order to ensure that we can count on the sustained support necessary to grow into a physical space that our community can call home.

Le Lambi Circle members will be recognized as key supporters on HCX’s organizational materials and website. They will also be the first to be informed of important developments during this new phase. In appreciation of their commitment to the Haiti Cultural Exchange vision, Le Lambi Circle members will also receive complimentary admission to all HCX ticketed events and discounts at the HCX Boutik.

If you are able, we urge you to take part in this high impact opportunity to invest in the exciting future of Haiti Cultural Exchange. Donate today to help sustain a permanent presence for Haitian Arts & Culture in NYC. Please reach out to Erika Pettersen, Development Manager, at erika@haiticulturalx.org or (347) 565 4429 in order to ask any questions you might have about Le Lambi Circle.

Thank you for your continued support of Haitian arts & culture!

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July 15th : Celebrate the Lambi Fund with an evening of Haitian Arts and Culture

06.10.15

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Join the Lambi Fund for an evening of Haitian arts and culture with internationally acclaimed Haitian writer Edwidge Danticat, honoring Josette Perard, the Lambi Fund’s director, and her 20 plus year service to the organization and the people of Haiti.

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, July 15th | 6pm – 9pm
LOCATION:Penthouse 808 on the roof of the Ravel Hotel
8-08 Queens Plaza S, Long Island City, NY 11101 | MAP
ADMISSION: Click here to get more information about how to receive an invitation.

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March 27th: The Promise of Haiti II | The Renaissance of Gingerbread Houses: Art & Architecture

02.17.15

Promise of Haiti logoJoin Friends of FOKAL for a special cocktail reception in support of FOKAL’s 20 year commitment to Haiti.  A Keynote address will be presented by H. E. Michèle Pierre-Louis, President of FOKAL and former Prime Minister of Haiti.

Friends of FOKAL will also showcase Gingerbread Paintings created by Eric Girault, Master Impressionist, and hold a silent auction.

Date/Time: Friday, March 27, 2015 | 6-8:30pm
Location: Medici Group | 215 Park Ave South
Corner of 18th St, Suite 1901 | New York NY, 10003
Take the L, N, Q, R, 4, 5 or 6 to 14th St Union Sq | Map
Admission: $100
Click here to purchase tickets!
**Business Attire

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October 4th : HAUP Presents | 39th Anniversary Gala Featuring a live performance by Emeline Michel

09.24.14

em-FLYERHAUP will be celebrating its 39th anniversary with an annual dinner dance featuring community leaders, celebrities, lawmakers and policymakers.  The event’s theme is “Outside In,” in recognition of the progress made by the Haitian immigrant community over the last 40 years.

Back then Haitians were marginalized and labored largely on the sidelines.  Today we count no less than 4 key Haitian-American policymakers in the de Blasio Administration, the most senior being Jacques Jiha, Commissioner of Finance and former HAUP board member.

In addition to Commissioner Jiha, HAUP will honor:

• Dr. J. Nadine Gracia, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Minority Health and Director of the Office of Minority Health for the Department of Health and Human Services
• Carole Berotte Joseph, Ph. D., President of Bronx Community College in New York City
• Rosemonde Pierre-Louis, Commissioner NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
• Rodney Leon, Designer of the UN Memorial to Honor the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade

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