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President’s Message

Dear Friends of ACT,

On behalf of our team at Ayiti Community Trust (ACT), we would like to thank all of those who contributed to the success of our first Haitian Heritage Month fundraising campaign. The month of May is not only a time for us to promote and uplift our Haitian Heritage, but also a moment to commemorate the contributions of Ayiti to the world, while reflecting on the principles that allowed Haitians to successfully champion and achieve freedom.

Together we raised over $10,000, exceeding our campaign goal! This milestone is a true example of how we can make a lasting impact, together. We would like to extend a special thank you to the following Friends for collaborating on this month’s fundraising efforts. We appreciate their support on our journey to build a sustainable Ayiti.

  • Nathalie Trancrede, Rony Jacques, and Vanessa Trancrede of the Artisanetwork for contributing to ACT’s mission.

  • Sandy Dorsainvil and the Little Haiti Cultural Complex for co-sponsoring the private screening of Nou se Fos by Chalky the King and Ayiti: The Awakening by Sage Love

  • Mellisa Shabani and Rice Mediterranean Kitchen for hosting a 3-day long fundraiser on behalf of ACT

  • Everyone who supported and contributed to ACT’s mission

Sincerely,

Dr. Guerda Nicolas

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Highlighting Haitian Excellence!

Ghislain Gouraige, Jr.

With over 20 years of experience as a Wealth Advisor, Ayiti Community Trust Board Chairman, Ghislain Gouraige Jr., was featured in Forbes as one of America’s Top Wealth Advisors and is ranked as the #3 Best-In-State Wealth Advisor of South Florida.

Matthew Anderson

Ayiti Community Trust Fundraising Committee Co-Chair, Matthew Anderson, is an expert banker who was recently selected as the new Executive Director of MCCJ. Mr. Anderson also served on the board of MCCJ for many years; most recently as Board Chairman.

Our Grantees Are Making an Impact!

Lakou Kajou is an educational medium for children and their families in Creole. Through the adventures of the characters, children have the opportunity to learn educational content such as literacy, math, science, the arts, etc.

Ayiti Community Trust partnered with the University of Quisqueya to support the series’ "Keep the Lakou Green" campaign. The objective of the campaign is to educate the young citizens of Ayiti on climate change and deforestation by using positive storytelling to help children learn practical actions they can take within their own families to protect the environment.

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The Ven Pou Ven Ambassadors are young professional Haitians and Friends of ACT dedicated to shaping a new narrative about Ayiti.

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Johanne Nicoleau

Haitian
Port-au-Prince, Ayiti

“I joined Ayiti Community Trust because their mission is about transforming people’s lives and the narrative about Ayiti. As someone who has dedicated my life to service work, it is important for me to volunteer my time with organizations that have a genuine impact on the communities they serve.”

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