Konbit Sante relies on donations, both cash and non-cash, and actions, both big and small, to help sustain and build on what we do.
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Every June, Konbit Sante hosts a fundraiser designed to promote fun activities while supporting our partners in Haiti. This year’s virtual Walk is now active!
Konbit Sante sells metal art created from recycled oil drums by artists in Haiti. We welcome the opportunity to display the art in Greater Portland-area cafés, coffee shops, and other establishments that showcase original works of art.
For more information about purchasing or displaying Haitian metal art, call (207) 347-6733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sister Cities International was created at President Dwight Eisenhower’s 1956 White House conference on citizen diplomacy. Since then, communities throughout the U.S. have developed Sister City relationships with communities in other countries to create exchanges that foster community impact and kindle lifelong friendships. With Konbit Sante’s encouragement, the city of Portland, Maine, established a Sister City relationship with Cap-Haitien, Haiti, in 2003.