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Welcome to Haitian Diaspora Political Action Committee

“Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take an interest in you.”   Pericles

 

Strategic Partner

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HDPAC works with different organizations, community groups, businesses and other non-profit organizations to advance the interests of the Haitian American Community in the United States and in Haiti. If you have an organization and would like to collaborate with us, we would love to hear from you.

Send us an email at: [email protected] 

Bipartisan Support

HDDPAC is  the first  non-affiliated Political Action Committee. We work on both sides of  the aisle to advance our policy agenda. We work with members of the House of Representatives, the United States Senate, and  other policy makers in order to support  policies  that favor Haiti. Our donors are American citizens and green card holders who care about Haiti.

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A Better Tomorrow

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The Haitian American community wants a better tomorrow for Haiti.  That will come true only if we work together to advance our common interests. We must invest our resources where they count most to be able to advocate for policies that work for Haiti.  We encourage you to become an active member of the PAC and donate whatever you can. Donate. 

MISSION STATEMENT

HDPAC’s purpose is to raise money to support political candidates both at the federal, state and local level, to use our resources to conduct civic education in the community, educate policy makers and legislators about issues, and policies that matter to us, and to unabashedly advance these political issues on behalf of the Haitian American community.  

Message from Chairman of the Board

Thank you for visiting the HDPAC. As Chairman of the Board of Directors, I want to let you know that this organization exists for the sole purpose of representing the political interests of Haitian Americans and Haiti. We will work very hard to gain your confidence and to assure you that your hard earned donations are well spent. Our goal is to make sure that when it comes to Haitian Americans and Haiti that we always have a seat at the table, and we are part of the discussion. We can no longer allow others to decide our destiny and our faith, we must stand tall and speak on our own behalf. Our voices must be heard. We encourage you to make a donation, and volunteer to participate in the HDPAC’s many events. You can join our PAC Ambassador Program or our Advisory Council

EMMANUEL COFFY

Chairman of the Board

HDPAC POLICY SUPPORT

A stronger relationship between the United States and Haiti will benefit both countries, so long as the relationship is based on mutual respect and cultural understanding. Haiti’s current crisis requires assistance from the United States, and HDPAC supports measures that best serve the interest of the Haitian people.

Haiti cannot make any progress towards becoming a stable democracy until and unless the U.S. begins to implement policies that supports good governance and that means helping Haiti fight rampant corruption, human right violations, hunger, the pandemic, and crimes.

The United States Congress has provided hundreds of millions of dollars in humanitarian and development assistance to Haiti, with nothing to show for that aid. We must now support policies that strengthen good governance creating opportunities for investment instead of foreign aid.

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Annual Conference

Annual Conference

 HDP.ORG Annual Conference Every year, HDPAC.Org holds a Policy Conference in Washington DC in conjunction with the House Haiti

PLEASE JOIN-A Evening with Congressman Gregory Meeks

PLEASE JOIN-A Evening with Congressman Gregory Meeks

This fundraiser is being promoted by the Haitian Diaspora Political Action Committee. HDPAC does not handle any donations.

Haiti & the International Community

Haiti & the International Community

Adrift in the Caribbean: Haiti & the International Community Something does not add up. The United States and

The Mess that is Haiti

The Mess that is Haiti

The Mess that is Haiti:  How the U.S. Can Renew its Commitment to Restore Democracy in Haiti    By