Nearly $3,000 was raised at the annual From Here to Haiti Walkathon, on May 21 at Little Bay Park in Whitestone, Queens.
Within hours of the earthquake in Haiti, relief efforts were underway in the Diocese of Brooklyn and elsewhere to raise funds and provide emergency supplies to that hard-hit Caribbean nation.
In the Diocese of Brooklyn, Haitian Catholics renew pleas for peace and prayer a week after the July 7 assassination of president Jovenel Moïse in their long-suffering homeland.
A visiting Haitian priest tells of his parish’s recovery and what it’s like to work with From Here to Haiti.
From Here to Haiti will host its annual Art Show Fundraiser, featuring the works of over 75 Haitian and international artists, April 22 and 23, 1 to 6 p.m. in Whitestone. A special collector’s preview will be held the evening of April 21.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights ballroom dancing students in Forest Hills, an art show fundraiser for Haiti, an upcoming benefit for Mercy Home and much more.
This week’s Tablet TALK features a Richmond Hill parish’s celebration of marriage and family life, an award-winning alumna of a Bensonhurst Catholic high school, offers details on an art show fundraiser for Haiti and much more.
This week’s Tablet TALK invites readers to get their cars washed for a good cause, raise funds to benefit the people of Haiti, learn how to get to happily-ever-after in life and much, much more.
Last week, Joseph Zuccarelo and his classmates cheered with pride as they saw and heard the brass bell they purchased for St. Anne Church in Anse-a-Macon, Grande Cayemite, Haiti.
Toys from Queens to the Philippines When Julius Balatbat, a third grader at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Academy, Queens Village, mentioned to his class that he was sending some of his toys to children affected by the typhoon in the Philippines, his classmates, including the girls pictured above, wanted to help. Teacher Christine Thornhill coordinated […]