Non-Profit

Alfonso Brooks, AFRIKIN
6815 Biscayne Blvd. Unit 103365, Miami, FL
33138
Alfonso Brooks, President
305-900-5523 | Cell: 646-296-3613
http://www.afrikin.org/

AFRIKIN® was born from the concept of Africa plus kinship as a foundation for people of color to show who they really are. People of all colors should be able to be true to themselves and each other without social constructs.

AFRIKIN® is a collaborative platform for the presentation of world culture and a facilitator of the musing, creative and free spirit which is a catalyst of the “Boheme Effect”.

Food For The Poor
Stephanie Williams
(954) 427-2222
Haitian American Leadership Organization
P.O. Box 827832, Pembroke Pines, FL
33082
Katia M. Philippeaux
888-759-0085
888-759-3161
www.halohaiti.org

Several concerned members of the Haitian-American community in Florida have started the Haitian American Leadership Organization, Inc., (HALO), as a non-profit organization with the goal of unifying and empowering the Haitian diaspora.

We have noticed that a lot of our talents and resources are left in the shadows and unexploited. We are providing a platform for our thought leaders and experts from all academic, professional, and technical backgrounds to network and to share their knowledge with our community.

We believe that by promoting networking and unity we will be in a better position to help our local community and Haiti. In an attempt to remedy this significant shortcoming, we decided to start with two community projects.

Prosperity Social Community Development Group, inc
1125 NE 125 St, North Miami, FL 33161
Nadege Vilsaint, Executive Director
305-775-1033
http://p-scdg.org/
Cell: 305-308-5899, 786-235-9585
Where love, hope, joy and peace conquer

PSCDG future project birth from God in a vision “The place of Hope” will be a shelter for homeless, runway, tracking young girls with or without children. This safe place will provide support as they strive to care for themselves and their babies. Shelters for pregnant teen offer a place to live when teens are pregnant and find themselves homeless, in a dangerous environment, or in need of extra support and care. In addition to food and a place to live, pregnant teen shelters may offer a variety of services as follow: (see website)

Trinity Church
17801 NW 2nd Avenue, Suite 210, Miami Gardens, FL
33169
Marie St. Cyr, M.D.
786-661-2980
786-209-0934
www.lcmedicalcenter.com