Monday, July 17, 2017

This Week's  Events & Happenings!

Corporate Memberships


Standard Memberships

Myrlande Simeon,
Bank of America
Ferdinand Fertil,
Mission Auto Sales

Laetitia Blanchard Marzouka, CPA

Joseph Adrien Beauvil

Professional  Memberships

Anthony Box
Robson Noel
Fesner Petion
Jacques Saint-Vil
Marilyn Rousseau

Volume 2, Issue VI

  • Sant La Fellows Graduation 2017
  • Sant La at Work 
  • Sant La in the Community  
  • Sant La on Television


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HACDC 30th Anniversary Dinner

HACDC's board members and staff invite you to come and celebrate HACDC's 30th Anniversary on September 22nd from  6:00 PM to 11:00 PM at the Miami Shores Country Club located at 10000 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Shores, FL, 33138. This dinner will showcase HACDC's 30 years of community building and the individuals who made these accomplishments possible. It will be a night of food, music and dance. For more sponsorship information click below or call Samuel Diller at 786-230-3779.  

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The Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (HACCOFL), The Haitian Lawyers Association (HLA), and The Haitian American Leadership Organization (HALO) invite you to our . . . 

July Meet & Greet Summer Bash
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Star House
9976 Pines Blvd, 

Pembroke Pines, FL 33024

RSVP required for Complimentary Refreshments



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Miami's Gang Alternative awarded $1.5 Million for rigorous reentry program for formerly incarcerated young adults in Little Haiti, Liberty City and City of Miami
One of only nine grant recipients in the US to receive US Department of Labor Funds
Miami, FL - July 7, 2017 --  Gang Alternative, Inc. is the recipient of $1.5 million dollars in Department of Labor grants to support a re-entry program for formerly incarcerated young adults in Little Haiti, Liberty City and the City of Miami.  One of only nine community-based organizations nationwide to receive dollars to develop a new program model focusing on assisting communities with high poverty and crime rates in planning and implementing comprehensive reentry programs for justice-involved young adults between ages 18-24. The Reentry Project (RP), which is funded under Section 212 of The Second Chance Act of 2007, will support individuals over the span of three years as they exit the corrections system. Persons discharged from prison face a multitude of challenges that impede their ability to lead sustainable, productive lives.