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To our members, friends,
supporters, and visitors,


Please, pass it on!

        The 2009 – 2010 School Year is underway in Haiti.   And, in the poorest country of our hemisphere, parents are short of options to finance the education of their children.   Expensive tuition and school supplies may cause many pupils to sit out and stay home, because of their parents’ inability to meet the financial obligations linked to their children education.  In hurricanes ravaged Haiti, the 2009 – 2010 School Year is particularly onerous and problematic for parents facing any segment of the educational spectrum, from kindergarten to higher learning.  Having been deceived once again by a government that refuses to pay the yearly bonus pay they are owed, public servants have an especially hard time sending their kids to schools.  Without help from charitable organizations like the Haitian Consortium, hundreds of thousands of Haitian children will miss out on opportunities for learning, this year.

         Last year’s damaging hurricanes added to the brutal and devastating consequences of a worldwide economic recession that has sent unemployment soaring to levels unseen since the depression of the 1930’s.  Facing an economic meltdown, higher unemployment, famine and poor health, Haitian parents are reeling and have no one and nowhere to turn to, except to their more fortunate brothers and sisters in the Haitian Diaspora.  With your help, and ready to meet this challenge, is the Haitian Consortium Partnership to Support Education in Haiti.

Last year, on the heels of the devastating hurricanes, the Haitian Consortium delivered tens of thousands of school supplies:  required books, notebooks, pens, pencils, schoolbags, etc. to thousands of pupils in Haiti, and while providing full scholarships to hundreds.  Your love and generosity made it possible.  So, with your help and commitment, we will do even more in this School Year 2009 – 2010.  So, let’s do it again! 

      Contact us today at one the addresses listed below, to donate and support our work.  Be a Haitian Consortium Partner to Support Education in Haiti.  Thank you!


Parnel Gerard Duverver
Louverture Center for Freedom & Development

Partnership for Education in haiti

Participating Agencies

Accredited to receive Partnership Donation

Louverture Center for Freedom & Development
4300 Riverside Dr., Suite 1
Coral Springs, FL 33065
(965) 793-2960

Haitian Consortium
P. O. BOX 451598
Kissimmee , Florida, 34745 (USA)

Phone:  206-736-7808  /  206-312-7274 / 407-709-1427


This is an annual engagement of the Haitian Consortium and the Louverture Center for Freedom & Development to combat poverty and promote CO-OP education in Haiti with the support of the Haitian Diaspora and friends of Haiti. Your  $5 (Five Dollars) donation will be used to help Haitian students with books, uniform, pencil, pen, scholarship and transportation assistance.

The Haitian Consortium and the Louverture Center for Freedom & Development will release the name of our contributors during each web mail circulation.

We want to protect your privacy! Please, indicate if you don't want your name to be listed among our public donors. 

Your donation is tax deductible.

We  encourage In-kind donation of: pencil; pen; text book; note pad; back-pack, computer, electronic and other educational items. We also assist donors with free home/business pick-up.



How you can help!


Your donation  today will to this noble cause will help to make our vital programs and services possible. 
There are solutions to the Haitian dilemma, but it takes expertise and helping hands


General Overview

The Haitian Consortium is a nonprofit, grassroots alliance organization committed to helping Haitian communities achieve economic sufficiency.
The Haitian Consortium fosters strategic alliances with grassroots movements, community programs, neighborhood associations and
religious organizations in the United States and the Caribbean in order to achieve its goals.

The Haitian Consortium is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, community empowerment, human development and

educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Services of the United States.

The Haitian Consortium is also registered to operate as a not for profit organization in Haiti and represented by other foreign body.  


The Haitian Consortium

Enock Gustave, Chairman