Fédération des Associations pour le Développement du Sud-Est is a 501 (c) (3) Charity.
Jan. 9, 2021
The Board of Directors of FEDADSE would like to take this opportunity to wish all of its friends and members a Happy and Healthy and Safe New Year 2021. 2020 was a trying year for all of us and we lost many members, friends and family to the pandemic.
As you know, as a nonprofit organization, FEDADSE, along with the members of the First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn, organizes a fundraising event every year to raise money for FEDADSE’s reforestation project in the South-East Department of Haiti. Last year, a dinner-dance was being organized for the month of March, but had to be cancelled because of the restrictions demanded by the coronavirus pandemic.
Those restrictions are unfortunately still in effect and we will not be able to have a live event. But the need to support the reforestation project in Haiti continues. And your generous donation is part of the lifeblood of the project. Therefore, FEDADSE has decided to use an online vehicle—GO FUND ME—as one of its ways to raise funds for our important project.
You can support FEDADSE’s reforestation project in the South-East of Haiti 3 ways:
1) Visit the GOFUNDME page and use its handy interface to send your donation.
2) Visit our website, FEDADSE.org, and send your donation via PayPal.
3) Send a check or money order directly to FEDADSE, P.O. Box 180400, Brooklyn, NY 11218.
All funds raised through any of the three methods above will be sent directly to Haiti to support the reforestation effort.
FEDADSE, a nonprofit organization, and the people of the South-East of Haiti count on all of its friends to be able to move ahead with our reforestation efforts. Thanking you in advance for your generosity in this endeavor.
Please stay safe. Wear your masks. Don’t congregate in large groups. Get vaccinated. If we all do our part, we can finally defeat the coronavirus and meet again and enjoy one another’s company!
For the FEDADSE Board of Directors
Clotaire Pierre-Louis, Coordinator; Jean Claude Cajou, General Secretary; Pierre L. Payen, Treasurer