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Support Specific FAVACA Projects

FAVACA has had the privilege to support
so many wonderful and worthwhile projects
in our over 25 years of service to the
region. The State of Florida along with
many of our partners have provided
invaluable support over the years to enable
us to work to provide valuable training and
technical services. Yet, our partners are
unable to finance all of the great projects
that FAVACA receives from the region and FAVACA is asking
for your support to donate to these very meaningful projects.

Help Support Haitian Beekeepers!

Regroupements des Jeunes Progressistes de Mathurin (REJEPMA), a long time partner of FAVACA, is a coalition of farmers, agricultural students, and beekeepers in the southern department of Haiti. REJEPMA recently requested FAVACA's help in securing funds to purchase materials to make beehives. Read More!

Help Support A Haitian Music School!

The School of Music Louis Achille Othello Bayard Cayes was created in January 2004 and was established as an after school program to get kids off the streets and away from violence, juvenile delinquency, drugs and prostitution. In the first year 103 young men and women aged 10-17 years were registered and attended the school and was run out of the Saint Jean Cayes high school.Read More!

Counseling Inmates with Substance Abuse!

The mission of the Turks and Caicos Island National Drug Council is to reduce the demand and supply for illicit drugs, alcohol and other substances of abuse through an integrated approach of key stakeholders.  Please support this project by donating today!


FAVACA invites you to join us on November 14, 2008 starting at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall of Coral Gables Congregational Church for a joint fundraiser for Haiti entitled REBUILD HAITI: MISSION POSSIBLE. Read More!

Haiti in Crisis

With Haiti still reeling from the effects of Hurricanes Fay, Gustav, Hanna and Ike an estimated 600 people have died and more than 70,100 others across the country are homeless. Hurricane Hannah slowly made its way across Haiti dumping down rain on an already saturated country causing damaging floods and dangerous mudslides. Roads are impassable, major towns are submerged by mud and effluence hampering access to many towns and rural areas. Read More!



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