Haiti Cherie: Pride. Love. Commitment. 6 Years Strong

2016 – Haiti Cherie – Event: Saturday, June 4, 2016 – NYC

Haiti-Cherie-benefit2Tickets are available now for the 6th annual Haiti Cherie: Pride, Love & Commitment event set for 6-11 p.m. Saturday, June 4, 2016 at Landmark On the Park in New York City. Haiti Cherie is an annual benefit founded by Fabrice J. Armand, producer, philanthropist; native son of Haiti in order to fund raise for organizations that are making a sustainable impact in Haiti. Haiti Cherie celebrates the beauty, history of the Haitian culture while honoring the resiliency of its people. The event honors professionals who have achieved significant success in their fields and serve as beacon of light through their hard work and dedication. Moet Hennessy has agreed to sponsor us for our 6th year in a row and they are planning some fun surprises. The 2016 Honorees will be announced soon. Read The Rest

NYC Taste Makers, Movers and Shakers Attend Fabrice Armand’s 3rd Annual Haiti Cherie

Taste makers, movers and shakers came out in full force to support Fabrice Armand’s 3rd Annual Haiti Cherie.  The event was held at the beautiful Broad Street Ballroom in the Wall Street area of Manhattan.  The crowd of what looked to be three or 400 people enjoyed a great program led by former WNBC New York Anchor and current Atlanta Anchor DeMarco Morgan while sipping on signature Hennessy sponsored cocktails.  Honorees included, Circuit Court Judge, Honorable Judge Lionel Jean Baptiste, CEO of Monami Entertainment Mona Scott-Young, Founder of Rodney Leon Architects Rodney Leon.

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Philanthropist Fabrice Armand to Host 3rd Annual Birthday Benefit – Haiti Cherie

On Thursday, February 28th, Haitian born philanthropist Fabrice Armand will host his 3rd Annual Haiti Cherie Birthday benefit at Broad Street Ballroom (located at 41 Broad Street) in New York City.  Haiti Cherie is an annual fundraising event aimed at celebrating the beauty and resiliency of the Haitian culture. The event also provides a platform to celebrate and honor Haitians and Americans that have inspired us and have been an advocate for Haiti. Read The Rest