DC Loves Haiti: A Benefit for the People of Haiti
The world watched in horror as a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on January 12. With a strong and proud history as the world’s first independent Black republic, Haiti has also long suffered poverty and did not have the infrastructure to cope with the disaster. Many of us in Washington, DC are wondering how we can help the 3 million people who have been devastated and displaced.
Join us for a night together to benefit both the immediate relief efforts and the long-term recovery and re-building. The evening will also include a brief program with key leaders from the local Haitian-American community and who are working to improve life in Haiti.
Saturday, January 30 from 6-9pm
920 14th St NW, Washington DC
Coat check is $5. No sneakers allowed.
$10-$25 sliding scale donations
100% of proceeds will go toward Haitian relief and recovery. You can donate to your choice of any or all 4 organizations
1. Doctors Without Borders
2. Partners in Health
3. World Vision, and/or
4. the Clinton/Bush Haiti Fund
Donation levels (donors at this level will be recognized at the event)
$100 Silver donor
$250 Gold donor
$500 Platinum donor
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org