Sweet Tweets to support 2 great causes with one great bottle!

Join our Safe Drinking Water Campaign for the children of Haiti! Help two great causes with one great bottle! http://bit.ly/HavHope20 @HavServe @hope2o #Water #Haiti. To eliminate the use of plastic water bottles by giving every children in Haiti a stainless steel water bottle http://bit.ly/HavHope20 @HavServe @hope2o #Water #Haiti. Hope-2o works with eco-conscious businesses who sponsor stainless steel water bottles for schools & organizations http://bit.ly/HavHope20 @HavServe @hope2o #Water #Haiti Whether you represent a school, organization, or are a potential sponsor or non-profit company, we’d like to hear from you: http://bit.ly/HavHope20 @HavServe …Read More

Let’s Speak Haitian Creole to Support Haiti!

In Team HavServe ongoing efforts to recognize that our volunteers are giving their most precious resources (time) to promote the 8 Millennium Development Goals and Volunteerism in Haiti, we are pleased to announce our FREE Haitian Creole Lessons every Saturday at the Beyond Borders Building —  5016 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20008 – 10:30 am to noon.  Contribution for per class is $5.00 per person. Join us in speaking Haitian Creole to  help Haiti help itself. Serge Bellegarde Presents: Elementary and Intermediate Haitian Creole Lessons – Ann Pale Kreyòl Pou n Kore Ayiti …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

Eriksson Sven Goran: HavServe Goodwill Ambassador

Leicester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has been appointed international goodwill ambassador for the non-profit organization Havserve’s Haiti Soccer for Development. HavServe’s Youth Soccer Program is in development of a center of excellence for Haiti’s future soccer players. His Royal Highness Prince Frederick von Saxe-Lauenberg, patron of  HavServe, brought the program to Eriksson’s attention. “Sven personally told me he is delighted to be associated with this project,” Prince Frederick said in a statement. “In fact, we are all proud to be part of the support and training of future football stars …Read More