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ELSIE SAINT LOUIS ACCILIEN is HAUP’s Executive Director. Prior to serving in this capacity, Mrs. Accilien was the agency’s Director of Planning and Development, and served on the Board. Mrs. Accilien has strongly contributed to the agency’s growth through her grant writing skills and her expertise in program development.

Accilien has held past executive positions with the New York State Insurance Reciprocal, the Catholic Medical Center, the Archdiocese of New York and CK Partners on Wall Street and the UK. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Business Administration.

She serves on the Board of the New York Immigration Coalition, the York College President Council, and Congressman Gregory Meeks’ Immigration Task Force.

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  • HELLO ELSIE,

    LUDVICK PAILLERE
    CELL# 786 379 1783

    Haiti Expo Attendee General Information
    Dates and Times

    Friday, January 17, 2014
    10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

    Saturday, January 18, 2014
    10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    Location

    Kaire Hotel and Convention Center
    Washington, D.C. 20001
    Attendee Fee includes:

    2-Day passes to seminars and workshops (except where additional fee is indicated)
    Access to exhibitor’s pavilion
    Breakfast networking
    Expo materials (i.e. bag, badge, official guide)

  • Good day Sirs, I am taking the liberty and sending you this e-mail to ask your organization for some assistance. Presently I have 50 sewing machines being sent to me from the United States and they should be arriving by the middle of this month. What I am seeking to do is have a 10 week sewing course and provide 50 local personal with the opportunity to establish a trade and become self-sufficient. Once the individual completes the full 10 week course the sewing machine will be donated to that individual.

    What I am asking of your organization is to assist us in establishing a secured venue for 10 weeks so we can conduct this course. As well as a lunch meal for all of the students and possibly transportation. I would like to speak with you further with regard to this project, so I can clarify all of the specifics of this project. You can contact me at any time my information has been provided below for you, hope to hear from you soon.

    Thank You

    RUBEN VEGA
    Logistics Management Specialist
    USMLO, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
    (202) 216-6260 x 8406 / (301) 985-9412 (IVG) / (509) 3-702-7109 (BB) / (509) 2-229-8406 (Office) ruben.vega@tcsc.southcom.mil or ruben.vega1@us.army.mil

  • THE REVEREND VICTOR M. SINGLETARY, PASTOR

    Cambria Heights Community Church
    116-02 220th Street, Cambria Heights, NY 11411-1607
    http://www.cambriaheightscc.org – Phone 718-528-2138 – Fax 718-527-7177 – Cell 615-364-9655 – revvms@aol.com

    20 July 2012

    To: Recipients

    From: Pastor Victor M. Singletary

    Re: Response to Prayer Meeting Regarding Haiti Earthquake at Cambria Heights Community Church

    On the anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti, you will recall we held a prayer meeting at Cambria Heights community Church to commemorate this natural disaster and remind the greater New York City community of the necessity of remembering the victims.

    The prayer meeting yielded several suggestions for continual support of our brothers and sisters in Haiti. The publicly elected officials who coordinated the meeting were to contact us as to how we could develop these good suggestions into policies and practices. Although I have made a few inquiries, I continue to wait for any practically applicable responses.

    In the interim, I approached the General Secretary of The Reformed Church in America about this issue. More specifically, I asked if our denomination could utilize any corporate rapports we have in order to assist with clean-up and progress. I am forwarding the reply I received from our denominational administrators for your consideration.

    Second, a relative of mine recently went on a medical missionary trip to Haiti. Regrettably, I was unable to forward to her the items which CHCC congregants contributed for the trip. I have the items in my office. Does anyone know of another trip to Haiti where these items may be useful?

    Should there be other developments, I will share them with you.

    Let’s continue to pray and support the people of Haiti.

  • Hi I would like to know if you guys offer volunteer positions

  • STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    BROOKLYN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER
    ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT

    LEARN THE TOOLS OF FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE
    Debt Management…Investing…Banking…Credit Management
    Create your business plan…Home Buying Process….Flex Savings Plan
    Learn about retirement accounts…Learn to read a stock quote
    YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITEDTO A FREE 8 DAY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP STARTING
    Wednesday, Evening January 4, 2012 – 5:00 p.m. to 7:20 p.m.
    Friday, January 6, 2012 – 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    Take the first step to becoming financially independent by confirming your plans to attend our next workshop. Your instructor, Denecia Marshall is looking forward to helping you.
    FREE FINANCIAL LITERACY 8 sessions of financial literacy workshops on the following days in Room 311:
    EVENING SCHEDULE: Wednesdays, January 4th , 11th , 18th , 25th and February 1st , & Mondays, January 9th , 23rd and 30th from 5 p.m. to 7:20 p.m.
    DAY SCHEDULE: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on the following days – January 6th, 9th, 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 23rd and 25th.
    • Please sign up in the Academic Affairs Department Room 205 or contact Denecia Marshall at MarshallD@beoc.cuny.edu or 718 802-3325. BEOC is located at 111 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, NY (Boerum Place entrance.)
    ALL FRIENDS AND FAMILY ARE WELCOME-OPEN TO ALL COMMUNITY RESIDENTS FINANCIAL LITERACY CERTIFICATION FOR ALL OF THOSE WHO COMPLETE THE PROGRAM – AN ADDED PLUS ON YOUR RESUME
    (Previous students are already making money)

  • Good Morning,

    I am presently working with a candidate for employment in my organization. I am attempting to place him at a location where there are other fluent Creole speakers. This candidate has been volunteering at sites such as the Salvation Army Thrift Store and BJ’s Wholesale Club in Queens. He will be great at performing routine tasks as well as learning other simple tasks with support. The preferred work schedule is part-time hours. I will be assisting with introduction to the employment opportunity and will provide support to ensure job retention.

    At this time I am asking that any information regarding posssible employment in the Haitian community, even if it is a couple of hours or two days, please be forwarded to me. I can be reached via the email address provided or at (347) 840-2406.

    Thanks In Advance,
    Bersuada Saunders-Clarke
    Job Developer
    PSCH, Inc.

  • Hi, Thank You for all you are doing. The following I have been sending to all the NGO’S, GO’S etc. in hopes that our Filters will help prevent outbreak of disease in Haiti.
    Hi, I am writing to make you aware of Water Filtration Systems that provide Potable Water to 3,700 people daily.
    The Systems can be Air-Lifted to specific sites and can operate for 30 days without the need to replenish consumables.
    We have 2 Emergency Trailers available that can be shipped to Haiti within 72 Hours. The 12 ft Trailer is $28,000
    and the 18 ft is $38,000. They can provide 15,000 Gallons per day.
    The Retail price of systems that can provide clean water to 3,700 people per day is $104,600.
    We are offering them to Relief Agencies for $79,500.

    Technical Data and additional information is available at http://www.worldwatersolutions.com.

    I have spoken with several Relief Agencies in Rural areas of Haiti who have told me they ‘desperately need clean water’.
    If you would like to purchase a system on their behalf we can make arrangements for you.
    We work closely with 2 Non Profits Agencies, Water Without Borders and Haitian Peoples Support Project in Woodstock, NY.
    I can be reached anytime at (914) 886-8505. Peace. Ed Koster, Coordinator US Sales.

    Our Mission is to produce quick, quality, sustainable, cost-effective water treatment systems

    • Thank you for sharing this very important information. Unfortunaly, HAUP does not have the ability to make such a purchase at the moment. We will keep the information and share it with our partners who are doing work on the ground.

      Best regards,

      Elsie

  • I am writing to invite your organization to our ELL Family Information Conference on Saturday,May 30,2009. This free informational program will take place here at Forest Hills High School from 8:30AM to 11:30AM. The day begins with a complimentary breakfast. For more information about this porgram please contact me by e-mail.

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