Student Created Video Promoting Haiti Fundraiser
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Student Created Video Promoting Haiti Fundraiser

Student Created Video Promoting Haiti Fundraiser

Haiti Earthquake Fundraiser Student Video from Jason Flom on Vimeo.

Several of my 5th grade students created this moving video to promote our upcoming fundraiser, “Haitian Food for Haitian Lives”.

Students in 4th, 5th, and 8th grades will be making, selling and serving a traditional Haitian meal followed by a bake sale to raise money for victims of Haiti’s earthquake. The students are also organizing a canned food, water, and toiletries drive in partnership with FAMU.

If you live in Tallahassee, please join us at 12:00 at 2524 Hartsfield Rd (Cornerstone’s campus) for a celebration of Haitian culture. Food, music, information and good will for all.

Meal: To include red beans & rice, Haitian salad, and fried plantains. $3 for kids & $5 for adults.

Bake sale: Range of goodies, range of prices.

For more information contact Jason Flom at jflom at cornerstonelc dot com


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