"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Margaret Mead
 

 

Contact our Ayiti Academy Coordinators for more information on our student sponsorship program.

Patrice Smith-Doona

pnsmith361@aol.com

Andrea Allen

andreamarieallen@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Ayiti Academy

 

The Ayiti Academy was founded in November 2010 after the devastating earthquake that destroyed a massive part of the country of Haiti. The Academy program is a four phase student education and career development program created to prepare students for higher education and training. This training is designed to instill the necessary skills and discipline for the students to be successful in their educational pursuits and life.


For more information about the four phases of the Ayiti Academy and the students, click the desired link. 

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Here is what students are saying about the Ayiti Academy.

"Education is the foundation of every strong society. Using such a program FFCC found the best formula to bring help and assistance to the Haitians, particularly the young people. The number of students who benefit from this program is on the rise .Nowadays Ayiti Academy counts students in many field nursing, engineering, Accounting and so forth. Personally, being part of Ayiti Academy is one the best experience I have ever made in my life, I am so grateful I had the opportunity to meet them, I have studied economics." Read Cholomy Saint Jean's full letter

 

"On behalf of all the students of the academy I want to thank all the FFCC staff for making this year a success for every one of us. We thank you all of our sponsors for all the sacrifices that you did to make sure that we have every thing we need for school, not only that but for your encouraging words, thank you helping us accomplish our dreams." -Lorette Nichols

      

 


"I am sorry, I really have nothing, nothing to offer as a gift to FFCC. But, I hope you know that I love you very much and I understand how hard you work to help Haiti. That is why I ask God to give you the wisdom, health, intelligence, opportunity, and love in everything you do." - Reginald Appolon  

 

 

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