Tuesday, September 19, 2017

The numbers are in and we beat our goal at almost $30,000! Thanks to Aaron Goldberg and his band as well as everyone who came out or made a donation towards the NYC Jazz Benefit for HELP on September 13th. It was a great time of music, drinks and mingling. Cheers!

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Friday, September 15, 2017

Haiti’s Catholic nursing school (UNDH) graduation today. 93 graduates. #1-HELP. #2-HELP. #3-HELP.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Join HELP at SubCulture in NYC!

Featuring Aaron Goldberg, Johnbern Thomas and Friends…

Wednesday, September 13, 2017


 Doors open @ 7pm ♦ Concert starts @ 8pm

Great Music, Cocktails, Food &Touching Stories

Together with the students of HELP let’s make Haiti a success!

HELP WALK20 - November 13, 2016

  • Montclair’s 7th Annual Concert for Haiti!

    December 22, 2015

    Haitian Education Leadership Program is pleased to announce its involvement with Montclair’s Seventh Annual Concert for Haiti. Purchase your tickets now at The concert sells out every year and proceeds will help support Haitian Education Leadership Program. If you would like to become a concert sponsor, please contact Cindy Stagoff at . The concert begins at 7:30pm and is held at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation and sells out every year.


    By joining us at the concert, you will contribute to a significant effort to provide education to the people of Haiti. Concert proceeds will also be shared with Edeyo Foundation; Lamp for Haiti; and WhyHunger.


    The concert features an exciting lineup of musical performances: Haiti’s electrifying Richard “Earthman” Laurent, singing with his daughter, Soleil Laurent; the unique Haitian roots-rock band Zing Experience; WhyHungers’ own, Jen Chapin hailed as “brilliant…soulfully poetic” (NPR) and “smart, observant, lyrically deft, politically aware and emotionally intuitive” (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel); and Aztec Two Step, the iconic folk/rock duo, featuring Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman. Montclair communities’ musicians, including Big Mamou and Melissa Walker, accompanied by Jazz House Kids, and others will also perform.


    Don’t miss this wonderful show and opportunity to support Haitian Education Leadership Program.


HELP has greatly improved my quality of life and supports me like a family.

— Landy-Sabrina Cyprien, agronomy, class of 2014

Jinoue Cherizard