Don’t miss “Chante for Haiti” on October 1st, a fundraiser for the Lamp for Haiti. A day of great music, dancing, story telling and community, in support of an incredible organization!
We are happy to announce the following acts that will be performing:
Story-teller Julie Pasqual,
The Matt McDonald Group,
Deivito and Friends,
Thomas Wesley Stern
All donations and food purchases will go to Lamp for Haiti’s vital programs that strive to ensure basic human rights in Cité Soleil and Port-au-Prince. In pursuit of this mission, the LAMP provides basic health care,investigates allegations of human right abuses, and provides educational and humanitarian aid. For more about Lamp For Haiti go to www.lampforhaiti.org
The Lamp for Haiti is a federally recognized 501(c)3 charitable organization qualified to receive tax-deductible contributions. Lamp for Haiti was co-founded by local physician, Dr. James P. Morgan, M.D, he first visited Haiti in 2002. He has returned many times since then providing medical services to residents of Cite Soleil, Pele, San Fil, and Jeremy. He is the recipient of the Friend of Haiti Award from the Haiti Solidarity Network of the Northeast and the Robert Carlson Award for outstanding clinical and humanitarian acumen.
The event will be held at the beautiful Van Vleck House & Gardens at 21 Van Vleck Street, Montclair, NJ on Saturday, October 1st from 12 pm to 7 pm. Tickets are $20 per person for an all day music pass however we will accept $10 per person if that is all you can afford. We will work out discounted rates for large families who express hardship but want to be a part of the day. There is no rain date for the music concert. In the event of rain we will move inside The Van Vleck House. There is no alcohol or smoking allowed on the premises, inside or out.
Get more information at the Facebook invitation:
For more information about the event, volunteering opportunities, how to donate, or restaurants interested in donating food, contact Alan Smith firstname.lastname@example.org or Ana Maria Cardenas