Konbit Pou Potapiman Inc. wishes you a Healthy and Joyous New Year.

2017 has been a year of engagement and determination to help our brothers and sisters in the commune of Port-a-Piment Haiti.

It has been a year since the fury of Hurricane Mathew brought the south of Haiti to its knees.

Thanks to your support, KPP has been able to meet the challenges and provide help to many with the resources at its disposal.

We thank each and every one of you for your financial and moral support.

Please take a moment to view this short video highlighting some of our accomplishments:

KPP ‘s 7th Annual Fundraising Gala event


On December 2nd 2017, Konbit Pou Potapiman Inc (KPP) hosted its Annual Fundraising Gala Event in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Numerous friends and supporters of KPP descended upon the Grand Palms Country Club for an evening of celebration and fundraising. This was KPP’s 7th Annual Gala Event and the occasion, once again, to celebrate our commitment to our homeland.

Carolle Paul, VP and Treasurer of KPP, opened the evening by welcoming the guests, thanking them for their participation and introducing the KPP Directors: Geto Dumesle, Claudel Moise, Serge Bellegarde, Gerald Sidney and the President of KPP Frantz J Jean.  Carolle took the opportunity to recognize some KPP members for their contributions throughout the year: Jean Marie Florestal, Joseph and Shesly Anselme, Martine Camille, Vierthe Sidney, Yves and Rasheda Sidney.

It was then the turn of Frantz J Jean, President of KPP to greet the guests and give an overview of KPP’s activities during the year. In his speech, Frantz reaffirmed KPP’s prioritization of the areas of Education, Agriculture and Special Sustainable Projects. Frantz made a review of the recent KPP accomplishments. He also formulated special thanks to the Eric Belfort family, Dr Yolaine Sinady, Dr Dominique A Jean and, Dr Serge St Gerard, for their outstanding contributions to our cause. A short video from the KPP staff in Port-a-Piment, thanking all for their help, was also much appreciated.

Yves Sidney, a devoted KPP member, took to the podium to inform the audience about a Special Project that KPP is working on: Helping to Rebuild the School of Jabouin. Jabouin is a small and poor village of the commune of Port-a-Piment. Its school building was completely destroyed during the passage of Hurricane Matthew. Classes are now conducted in makeshift classrooms under tents made of tarps. School days are dependent on the weather, with classes having to be cancelled on rainy days. A special drive, which had been started on GivingTuesday on KPP’s Facebook page needed to be reinforced. In this context, a Pledge form was distributed to the guests to request additional contributions. We noted with delight the diligence of so many friends to contribute to the cause. KPP thanks them and will keep them informed on the progress of the project.

The remaining hours were filled with a delicious dinner, great music and dancing.

KPP takes this opportunity to again thank the Board of Directors, the members and all the friends who helped make the evening a great success.

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