Haiti Futur (US) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to support quality education in Haiti.
Haiti Futur (US) collaborates with a network of vocational training centers, high schools and youth organizations in Haiti to deliver educational opportunities to young Haitians. To achieve our mission, we collaborate with Haiti Futur (France) who has been working in Haiti since 1994 and developed a strong education program based on digital education.
WASHINGTON , DC 20013
Kay Tita is a social impact non-profit organization that serves as a conduit providing changemakers in Haiti with a safe space and the resources they need to increase their impact, develop skills, and establish key partnerships.
The organization was founded by David Pierre-Louis in 2010 after the devastating earthquake in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Named after David's mother, Augusta Bienvenue, who goes by Tita, Kay Tita (pronounced: kai tea-tah) means Tita's House.
We believe in providing Haiti's future leaders with the resources and connections that they need to re-build Haiti's economy. To that end, we focus on strengthening existing systems in Haiti that will create the greatest impact. Rather than simply delivering aid, we aim to ensure that this work is sustainable by forging critical partnerships and offering skills training that opens the door to opportunities.
SOOF for Haiti Inc. is a non-profit organization founded by Nelsen Constantin and Jeffrey Delva. SOOF, intended to be understood as "souf" in the Haitian Creole language aims to breathe life into Haiti's future by raising technological awareness within Haiti. SOOF is built on the belief that technology should be a part of everyday life and not just a mere luxury. In addition, in a time of information, we believe that technology shouldn't be accessible only within the privileged parts of Haiti but should be a mere click away for everyone. SOOF for Haiti intends to carry out this mission through the distribution of laptops and tablets to partnering schools within Haiti.
MIAMI, FL 33177