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Since 2010 we have all contributed to the worthy cause of raising funds to aid and support the people of Haiti so dramatically affected by the earthquake. 
October 2016 saw Hurricane Matthew, destroy homes, displace communities and leave many parts of the south-west cut off from the rest of the country. Hundreds of people have lost their lives and the numbers continue to rise.
Donations received from the local community in Birmingham have been well received in Haiti
 To date we have raised thousands of pounds, these funds have been sent direct to FF to support their work, in particular: providing food supplies to camp residents, distributing soup across the provinces, and supporting the volunteers.
Lets do all we can to continue the work and contribute much needed help to those most in need.
We have also sent several barrels containing carefully selected donations from the community

Community Fundraising Activities

Birmingham 2016





Many thanks to staff, parents and pupils from Harper Bell Seventh Day Adventist school in Birmingham,


Together they raised and donated funds and much needed provisions from non-uniform day donations and the sale of cakes and refreshments.






Birmingham 2015




In May 2015,  we were invited to attend a community event and had the opportunity to promote awareness of the ongoing work being done by Friends of Fondation Felicite (FFF). At the event we were also able to raise funds through sales of our range of T-shirts.


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The event was well attended and our attendance helped to generate further interest in our works here and in Haiti. 



 Community Fundraising Activities

Birmingham 2016








A huge thank you to 7E Youth Academy for sending out a call to the community call for supplies to be shipped to Haiti for those affected by Hurricane Matthew. The community support was overwhelming. Medical supplies, baby items, food and clothing items etc. were kindly donated. We thank you all once again!



Monetary donations are always welcome and will also assist with the transportation of items to Haiti.

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 If you wish to arrange a fundraising event to support the work of FFF please do get in touch.

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Great Black Women with Dr Runoko Rashidi





Saturday 1st June 2013, saw a rich gathering of people, from Birmingham and beyond, attend a community event led by renowned scholar and historian  Dr Runoko Rashidi. The purpose of the gathering was to celebrate Great Black Women, the world over and show the particular importance of Empress Felicite to our organisation. The night began with a presentation highlighting the strengths and extraordinary  achievements of Empress Felicite, the wife of Emperor Dessalines, setting out how and why she came to be the Pillar behind  Fondation

Felicite the organisation that inspired the birth of Friends of Fondation Felicite (FFF). 

Empress Felicite remains a leading figure in Haitian culture and history.The main feature of the evening was of course Dr Runoko Rashidi. Dr Rashidi, had specifically chosen to deliver a striking visual presentation of the external and inner beauty of Black African women around the world. He made it clear that too often the positive contributions of black women are overlooked. 


Dr Rashidi reminded us that is it not  necessary material wealth or professional achievement that make Black Women great, but a sense of self, integrity and ability to make a difference that we should really honour and celebrate. 


We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank all who have and continue to support FFF.



Community Fundraising Activities

Birmingham 2016



New Age Creativity School of Dance & Performing Arts


held a dance workshop and all  'pay as you go payments' were donated towards making a difference to lives in Haiti 


Thank you to all who participated


Fundraising Events 2012


Celebrating A Birthday 
By Supporting A Cause


In 2012 Josie Parker celebrated her birthday, by asking friends to join her for a sponsored 10 mile walk in the hills of Malvern, a parish in Worcestershire.Together they raised a whopping £510. This is Josie's third fund raising event to support our work in Haiti. In 2010 she initiated a series of workshops to engage the community in drumming and the to mark the anniversary of the quake, last year Josie underwent a 36 hour sponsored fast and silence which raised £400. Truly she is a star! We say a big thank you to Josie and all those who joined and supported her efforts. 



              Charity Cross Country Run 
              at Sandwell Valley, Birmingham   

Taking part in a running event is an amazing personal challenge, and it's even better if you're doing it for a cause. We want to say a special thanks to Fit4Life and Ace Fitness, Berimma Sankofa and Ezra Taylor and the rest of the team for their continued support of our work in Haiti.

The running clubs took to the scenic route of Sandwell Valley; with each runner wearing one of our Haiti t-shirts.  With every mile ran the team raised much needed funds to support Fondation Félicité in Haiti. Keep up the community spirit and ethos of each one help one.


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           Fondation Felicite in Haiti shares with us the nations favourite soup                      "I would to thank every one in FFF for your support to Haiti.

           [learn how to prepare]                                                                                                      This Sunday I have received my diploma as a doctor. By

                                                                                                                                                            helping FF you were helping me, thanks a lot -

                                                                                                                                                                         Ixinmon Nerius Ilioto".