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Welcome to the Haitian Network Group of Detroit (HNGD) , a non-profit organization with 501© (3) status.  HNGD is designed to give Haitians and friends in the Metropolitan Detroit area the opportunity to network; HNGD advocates the improvement of cultural diversity in the Detroit area.

Our mission is to promote Haitian culture, provide an environment for Haitians and friends of Haiti to network, and contribute to the welfare of Haitians worldwide.

Membership is open to anyone with a genuine interest in Haiti and its people.

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We appreciate your donations in support of the different HNGD projects.












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Reports on Relief Effort for the victims of Hurricane Matthew

Our goal: “Proceed from the relief effort will go to families that are impacted by the hurricane in both Jérémie and Les Cayes. A portion of the donations will be earmarked for the restoration of severely damaged communal infrastructures.” Click to view the report Relief Effort for the victims of huricane Matthew- 1-16-17 Click below to view …

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Purchase Raffle Tickets For A Chance To Win A Cruise For Two!

Help support Bèl Bagay Lakay Haitian Art & Craft Festival! All proceeds from this raffle will be used for Bèl Bagay Lakay. Drawing held July 30th at 7pm  during  Bèl Bagay Lakay Haitian Art & Craft Festival Need not be present to win $5 per ticket  —   $25 for 6 tickets To purchase tickets or for …

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Rilck Noel’s Interview with Radio Canada

l’entrevue accordée à l’animateur de l’émission Midi info après les elections 2016. Site de l’émission: Jean Plamondon, adjoint à la réalisation Ici Radio-Canada Première – (Midi info)

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Mark Your Calendar: July 29 and 30, 2017 – Bèl Bagay Lakay Haitian Art & Craft Festival

The long awaited encore presentation of Bèl Bagay Lakay Haitian Art & Craft Festival  will take place on July 29 and 30, 2017 in downtown Farmington’s Riley Park and Sundquist Pavilion. This activity is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program, administered by CultureSource. Bèl Bagay Lakay (Beautiful Things from Home …

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