Congratulations!!! You have taken the pledge to stand with Haiti and make her beautiful again. now it’s time to let others know you have taken the pledge to stand with Haiti. When you make a contribution to help this movement grow, we will send you any of these items below as a token of our appreciation.
Donate $25 or more, tote bag – $50 or more, water bottle $100 or more T-shirt – $150 or more receive all three Items.
The Save Haiti Bike Ride event is getting bigger and better. This year, the event will start with a run – 12 Laps for Haiti. The run starts at 7AM on Saturday January 14th, at Jaco Pastorious Park in Oakland Park. The run is symbolic in remembrance of the January 12, 2010 earthquake.
Better Public Schools, Political Stability, Better Infrastructure, Civic Engagement, Revival of Agriculture, Restavek, Sanitation, Haiti’s Sovereignty, Women’s Rights, STEM Education, Literacy, Gender Equality, Workers’ Rights, Better Healthcare, Girls Empowerment, Clean Water, Mentorship, Electricity, Access to Information and more.
Health and Fitness Instructor/Race Director, Widlin Dieu-juste will warm up participants with a zumba session with music by DJ Francois. The top three runners (people who finish the race) will receive prizes.
You can also do a “12/10 for Haiti” – That is; run 12 laps and bike 10 miles. There are also the “12/20 for Haiti” and “12/30 for Haiti’ to test your fitness level. Will you run, bike or do both? You tell us.
After the run, our bikers will take the road to raise awareness throughout the streets, with stops in Boca at Mizner, in Delray at Veteran Park, then we will join the public at Bryant Park in Lake Worth for the Finish Line Celebration with live performances by Zeal Dubreus, Darly Dieujuste and others. DJ Tony will keep the crowd on its feet.
If you can run, run for Haiti, if you can bike, bike for Haiti, if you just want to have fun, join us at the finish line celebration and stand with Haiti.
Join us as we promote a more active and healthy lifestyle. This run is free and open to all ages. Feel free to invite your family, friends and bring the kids. We provide different pace options to accommodate for all -participants. You will not be left behind.
To sign up for the ride or both (run & ride) click HERE
Full Event Schedule – Participants can join us at any one of the stops.
9:00 AM – Bikers depart from Jaco Pastorious Park
10:15 PM – Rest Stop #2 Mizner – Boca
11:30 PM – Depart from Mizner
12:30 PM – Rest Stop #3 Veterans Park – Delray
1:45 PM – Depart from Veterans Park
2:45 PM – Arrive at Lake Worth Bryant Park – Finish Line Celebration
7TH ANNUAL SAVE HAITI BIKE RIDE
Registration is closed for this event.
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Next January marks the 7th Annual Save Haiti Bike Ride and we would love for you to join us. Mark your calendar for January 14, 2017 for a fun, challenging and uplifting event.
Besides getting in great shape and having fun, the 2017 Save Haiti Bike Ride will serve as the official kick-off for the “I Stand With Haiti” campaign, an initiative to restore and sustain the lives of those affected by hurricane Matthew, the flooding in Cap-Haitien and to continue to invest in those who are still struggling to recover from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
The event begins in Broward and ends in Palm Beach County at the beautiful Bryant Park on the Intracoastal Waterway in Lake Worth. The event will conclude with live music, vendors, fun activities for children and adults alike and a special tribute to Martin Luther King. If you are more of a casual rider, no worries, you do not have to do the entire ride. You can choose to ride your city, county or just a few miles. So, get ready… get set… start training!
Wait!!! One more thing. There are ways you can ensure that the 7th Annual Save Haiti Bike Ride is a success and that more children and families are empowered with education in Haiti
Below are a few ways you can help even if you are not a rider:
– Make a donation to help us meet our fundraising goal
The community forum is scheduled for Saturday November 12, 2016 from 3pm to 5pm at the Delray Beach public library. It’s free and open to the public. If your group/org would like to present during the forum please call 561 877-1264 or email email@example.com
Teachers often go months without pay and face shortages in educational materials and supplies. Be part of the 100 people who help 100 teachers in Haiti with a contribution of a $100.
After the hurricane many teachers find themselves in tougher conditions than before. The funds will help provide kits with materials/supplies they need and other form of support including professional development training. As a token of our appreciation, we’ll send you the “I Stand With Haiti” beautiful t-shirt.
Add your name to the list of those who empower teachers to help improve education in Haiti.
The People below stand with teachers in Haiti.
*Jessica L. Aguilar
Get the official I Stand With Haiti t-shirt and show your solidarity with the people of Haiti. Make a contribution of $35 or more and we’ll send you one red/blue. For a contribution of $100 or more we’ll send you the beautiful black I Stand With Haiti Shirt. Remember to include the note. “I would like an official I Stand With Haiti shirt” Click on shirt to make your contribution.
Color of Hope is empowering individuals to help their home town in Haiti. This is part of the “I Stand With Haiti, an initiative to restore and sustain the lives of those affected by hurricane Matthew. See message below from Dr. Assade Luxin and Herold Figareau natives of Aquin who are raising support to help the town.
“We’re teaming up with the wonderful people of “Color of Hope” to help rebuild the city of Aquin, Haiti after Hurricane Matthew. We want to provide materials to rebuild roofs and to put fishermen back to work. The hurricane left thousands homeless. Many homes are left without roofs, fishermen lost their fishing equipments including their boats and canoes. PLEASE DONATE TODAY!”