In 2012 Project St. Anne launched the Toy Drive initiative.
Project St. Anne is an international non-profit organization established by Haitian-Americans in 2008 whose mission is to enrich the community through social endeavors by providing Nutritional, Financial, and Educational support. We strive to serve & maintain the dignity of the impoverished community of Haiti by embodying “the helping hands of St. Anne”
We FEED: In collaboration with the priests of St. Anne Church in Camp-Perrin, Haiti, our first project in 2008 commemorated the Feast of St. Anne by providing hot meals to the less-fortunate. Since then, the Feast of St. Anne has become an annual project for Project St. Anne feeding over 1,500 people every year and confirming that even the smallest gestures can provide HOPE to those in need.
We SERVE: All of our actions at Project St. Anne are born from a spirit of servitude to ADVOCATE for the underserved communities of southern Haiti. In addition to serving on the ground and helping to build shelters for families year-round, we are dedicated to providing gifts and support during the holidays for 700+ families. Project St. Anne is especially committed to serving by helping to REBUILD the community during disaster relief and serving with dignity.
WE EDUCATE: Project St. Anne is passionately committed to creating educational opportunities to communities that would otherwise be unable to afford this privilege. By sponsoring 140+ children in Camp-Perrin, we provide the opportunity to attend schools as well as educational supplies and support to give future generations an education and the SPARK to give back to their communities.