KANPE, Help Haiti
Kanpe means ‘to stand’ in Haititan Creole.
Kanpe was born of a desire to play an integral part in the fight to help Haiti break free from a vicious cycle of poverty.
How you can help
They are currently selling at John Molson School of Business (Lobby):
Magnets (4): $10
Beanie Hat: $15
Tank Top: $25
Baseball hat: $25
Art work, autographs, and other things.
*My Beanie Hat* – Fashion for a cause
By focusing on the development of communities and families, Kanpe addresses the diverse needs of the Haitian people holistically: healthy, nutrition, education, and financial independence.
Kanpe is combining its expertise with that of other organization that have proven themselves in the field, such as Partners in Health (Zanni Lasanté), which specializes in free healthcare for the underprivileged, and Fonkoze which is dedicated to helping impoverished families achieve financial independence. Kanpe is pooling its efforts with its partners to create a new comprehensive program designed to assist and support Haitian society’s most vulnerable populations in their fight for a better future.
Learn everything about KANPE’s project to support Haitian families.