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.

Browse through and subscribe to our newsletters to learn more about us, our accomplishments and events.

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




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Save the Date and Join Us: July 30th & 31st 2022 – Bèl Bagay Lakay Festival

Bèl Bagay Lakay is about showcasing the Beautiful Things Haiti has to offer. Get involved and help our community shine! Please contact us, we are looking for volunteers to join subcommittees. Nou paka pa la! You gotta to be there! check out our previous event:

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Calling All Visual Artists and Artisans of Haitian Descent

Dear Prospective Exhibitor:On behalf of the Haitian Network Group of Detroit (HNGD), I would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in Bèl Bagay Lakay (Beautiful Things from Home in Haitian Creole), our Haitian Art and Craft Festival scheduled to take place on July 30th and 31st, 2022 in the Sundquist Pavilion and Riley …

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Report On The 2021 Earthquake Relief Efforts

Dear friends of Haiti,We cannot thank you enough for your boundless generosity and for your love for the people of Haiti. As you know, back in August when the earthquake hit the southern portion of Haiti, HNGD sprang into action and immediately went into fundraising mode. We made our plea to you, and you responded without hesitation …

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Did You Know That Haitians Have A Direct Connection With The City Of Chicago?

Haiti and Chicago, a historical connection that needs to be celebrated. Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable was a free man of color, originally from the town of St. Marc in St. Domingue (present day Haiti). DuSable settled near the mouth of the Chicago River between 1778 and 1779. He and his Potawatomi wife, Kittihawa (Catherine) had a …

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HNGD Fundraiser Speech – Dominique Morisseau

take a listen @ https://youtu.be/H1X6G6nuLvM

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HNGD Interviewed by Local TV Station

Watch interview below:https://www.wxyz.com/news/we-havent-had-our-spirit-broken-local-nonprofit-raising-money-to-help-haiti

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