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Reminder: Happy Hour Benefit for Colorado Haiti Project!

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Please Join Us Wednesday evening September 4th at 5:00pm for a Happy Hour Event to benefit the Colorado Haiti Project. The event will cost $10.00 for entrance and 1 free drink will be provided. All proceeds benefit the Colorado Haiti Project, a local non-profit working in partnership with rural Haitian communities to support their rise out of extreme poverty.Please invite others who would like to help benefit this great cause!

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About the Colorado Haiti Project

Who we are in brief: An independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization the mission of the Colorado Haiti Project is to work in partnership with rural Haitian communities to support their rise out of extreme poverty. We operate with a small staff in Colorado and a host of dedicated volunteers and interns. In Haiti, we work in partnership the Haitian Episcopal Diocese and the Haitian people, to achieve developmental goals that lift communities out of extreme poverty by increasing access to and capacity for foundational educational opportunities, clean water, community and public health, job training and economic self-sufficiency.

Action in Colorado and in Haiti

Haiti: In Petit Trou, the Colorado Haiti Project works to build relationships that cultivate community development that empowers individuals and is locally driven. Our work supports the vision of our Haitian sisters and brothers in building lives of dignity and economic self-sufficiency. Our education and vocational opportunities are vital to the long-term success of this community. While our work in clean water and community health promotes decentralization by building permanently integrated infrastructure in and around the community of Petit Trou de Nippes, Haiti.

Colorado: Throughout Colorado, we actively raise awareness and mobilize resources to support and sustain programs in Haiti. We are committed to providing local opportunities for interactive growth that fosters relationship development and recognizes the rights and capabilities of our Haitian sisters and brothers. We actively recruit community and parish members to advocate, manage programs and raise funds that support our work in Haiti. Our goal is for this work to build bridges between our two communities that are sustaining and life-changing for all.