Announcement: HavServe Haiti Director, Remy Mesilus

HavServe Volunteer Services Network (HavServe) is pleased to announce that Mr. Remy Mesilus has joined the volunteer-based not-for-profit organization as Haiti Country Director, effective immediately. As Haiti Country Director of the 501(c)3 non-profit, Remy will supervise and manage all HavServe’s active projects and programs in Haiti with the help of local leaders and volunteers. The name HavServe stems from the understanding that “if you Have, then you Serve.” Now in its fifth year of volunteering activities in Haiti, the HavServe leadership team is actively working on bringing together Haitian professionals in the …Read More

HavServe Gala 2015: Food, Fun, and a Time to Reflect

By all accounts, the 2015 HavServe Fundraising and Volunteer Recognition Gala on January 17 in Silver Spring, MD was a huge success.  A very diverse group of more than 275 attendees ―  at any given moment, one could hear more than five different languages being spoken among the crowd ― were treated to the talents of amazing local Haitian-American musicians, singers and folk dancers.  And of course, there would be no Haitian gathering without a wide variety of exquisite Haitian cuisine, all prepared by HavServe volunteers. Since HavServe was founded in response to the devastation caused by the …Read More

Joyce M. Hunter to Serve as CEO of HavServe

(1888PressRelease) August 22, 2011 – HavServe founder Carline Brice announced that Joyce M. Hunter has joined the volunteer-based not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization as CEO, effective immediately. As CEO, Joyce will spearhead HavServe’s fundraising, outreach and organizational efforts, freeing Brice to focus on volunteerism and planning between travel to the Haitian villages where she is developing Soccer, Music and Teaching programs with the help of local leaders and international volunteers. The name, HavServe, is the understanding that “if you have, then you serve.” Ms. Hunter is the CEO of Vulcan Enterprises LLC, …Read More

Volunteer SpotLight: Catherine Fortin from Canada

Get to know Catherine Fortin and her volunteer work with HavServe in her own words. I was born and raised in Montreal and I moved to Vancouver two years ago. I am a native French speaker, and I also speak English and Spanish. I am presently studying translation, and I would like to work as a professional translator in the future. What motivated you to seek a volunteer opportunity with Havserve?When I learned that HavServe was looking for someone to translate documents from English to French for the teachers in …Read More