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Clean Out Your Closet for Haiti!

In Uncategorized on April 15, 2010 at 11:34 am

PROCEEDS GO TO HAITI THROUGH HOOS4HAITI

What: Come buy second-hand clothing! Refreshments will be provided.

When: This Saturday the 17th 9am-6pm!

Where: Robert Redd Clothing Store, 313 2nd Street!

Robert Redd, a clothing store located behind X-Lounge downtown, has generously offered up the store for us on April 17th to sell all the clothing you guys donated. Clothing will be sold at ridiculously discounted prices (ranging anywhere from $1 to $15) so it won’t take much of a sacrifice for those of us who are poor college kids! Please spread the word to friends and families around Charlottesville about this awesome way to help out those so desperately in need.
Questions or Comments?
Please contact Amanda Reid:
561.289.9125
akr2e@virginia.edu
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Party for a Cause!

In Uncategorized on April 6, 2010 at 9:21 am

Organization of African Students (OAS) and Pi Lambda Phi (ΠΛΦ) Fraternity present:

.:::Party For A Cause:::.
*** Haiti Earthquake Relief Party ***

Thursday, April 22, 2010
10PM to 2AM
Pi Lambda Phi House – 504 Rugby Road

UVA/College IDs only

$3 ADMISSION

~~~ ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO HOOS FOR HAITI ~~~

Interfaith Hoos 4 Haiti Trivia Night!

In Uncategorized on April 5, 2010 at 10:32 pm

Get a group of your friends together for Trivia benefiting Partners in Health, the American Red Cross, UNICEF, and GHESKIO! Come with $5.00 donations.

This is an event to gather people of all religions at UVa together while helping the Haitian relief fund.

Groups represented are:

Presbyterian Student Fellowship
Agape Christian Fellowship
Wesley Foundation
Catholic Student Ministries
Latter-Day Saint Student Association
εύνοια, Baptist Collegiate Ministry
Canterbury Episcopal Fellowship
Nursing Christian Fellowship

RSVP on facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=111145602242616

Hoos Feud

In Uncategorized on March 22, 2010 at 3:50 pm

Hey everybody! Help support Haiti by coming out to Second Year Council’s HoosFeud at 7:00 in Maury 209, Friday March 26th. Entrance is $1 and ALL proceeds go to the American Red Cross. This event is open to EVERYONE and DOOR PRIZES will be given out. So bring your friends, family, and enthusiasm out to HoosFeud and watch 6 teams duke it out for awesome prizes!

Check out the facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=340873956362&ref=mf

New Totals!

In Uncategorized on March 3, 2010 at 1:50 pm
C’Villian Relief 30,000.00
Commerce Cares Campaign 3,324.00
Darden Campaign 17,691.16
Economics Club & Global Development Organization 2000.00
French Language House 300.00
Inter-fraternity & Inter-sorority Councils 600.00
Individual Donations 2,339.00
Invisible Children  100.00
Law Hoos for Haiti 15,000.00
Love 4 Haiti 8,431.42
Matching 7,677.15
Middle Eastern Leadership Council 695.00
Mulholland Society 100.00
Network for Enlightened Women 71.32
School of Medicine 47.00
Sigma Gamma Rho 175.00
SPICMACAY at UVA Dance recital 400.00
TBLA/Turkish Society 220.00
University Democrats 41.59
UVA Pep Band 165.34
Village Jam (Academical Village People) 3,132.00
Virginia Anthropological Society 539.00
Yoga for Haiti 808.00
Total raised @ University of Virginia — $93,927.98

X-Lounge this Thursday Night to Raise Funds for Hoos for Haiti

In Uncategorized on February 22, 2010 at 3:57 pm

Foundation for the International Medical Relief of Children and Hoos for Haiti are teaming up to bring you Haiti Night  downtown at X-Lounge! Please come by this Thursday from 10 p.m. till 2 a.m. and help make a difference. All proceeds made from the bar go directly to our cause. All you have to do is come out and party, which I know every collage student is good at!

Updated Totals!

In Uncategorized on February 22, 2010 at 9:59 am

C’Villian Relief — $30,000 (to Partners in Health)
Love 4 Haiti — $8,431
Invisible Children — $100
University Democrats — $42
Towards a Better Latin America & the Turkish Society — $220
SPICMACAY at UVA — $400
Inter Fraternity Council & Inter Sorority Council — $600
UVA Pep Band — $165
Middle Eastern Leadership Council — $695
Economics Club and the Global Development Organization — $2,000
Individual Donations — $1,719
Darden Campaign — $17,691 (to the Red Cross & Food for the Poor)
Commerce Cares Campaign — $3,324
Virginia Anthropological Society — $539 (to Partners in Health)
School of Medicine Fundraiser — $47

Haiti after the Earthquake: Providing Medical Relief

In Uncategorized on February 19, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Haiti after the Earthquake: Providing Medical Relief

Monday 22 February, 5-6PM

Public Health Sciences, Classroom A
William Maloney, MD/MPH will address the Global Public Health Minor Course again to discuss his experiences providing relief after the earthquake in Haiti. Dr. Maloney graduated from the University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Virginia.

Haiti Awareness Week Benefit Concert Tonight

In Uncategorized on February 19, 2010 at 11:08 am

Haiti Awareness Week is finishing up tonight with a benefit concert @ McLeod Auditorium at 7 PM. I spoke to Tashima, the organizer, last night and the line-up sounds awesome — BEATS, X-tasee, Oluponya, UVa dancers, the OAS dance group, poets, etc. If you can, definitely try to make it out!


MG

Haiti Awareness Week Benefit Concert
Friday, Feb. 19th; 7pm
McLeod Auditorium)

UVA student groups will perform to benefit Stephanie Jean-Charles’s family.
Tout moun se moun.

February 15th-18th Haiti Awareness Week

In Uncategorized on February 9, 2010 at 12:26 am

Organized with the Student Organization for Caribbean Awareness (SOCA) and Yele Foundation @ UVA. Contact yari@virginia.edu for more information or for event updates.

* Teach-in: Haiti’s Earthquake: Who’s to blame? Who’s responsible? (Feb 15 @ 6pm, Newcomb Hall 168)– This event will consist of a panel of UVA faculty responding to student questions about Haitian history and politics preceding the earthquake. We will discuss: the history of US involvement in Haiti and US responsibility to aid in the rebuilding progress, the role of Haitian elites (economic and political) in the creation of the “poorest nation in the hemisphere” and what role they could take in the re-building of Haiti, and the myth of a Haiti as a “cursed” country and the discourses of “devil pacts” and other supernatural forces as possible contributors to Haiti’s current state of affairs. Participants: Yarimar Bonilla, (Anthropology), Jalane Schmidt (Religuous Studies), George Mentore (Anthropology)

* Round table: Haitian Identity: combating stereotypes (Feb 16 @ 6pm, Newcomb Hall 168)– This event will consist of a panel of UVA students (graduate and undergraduate) who will address the complexity of Haitian identity and question representations of Haitians as a homogenous people. Students will address issues of race and class in Haiti, and the role of the Haitian Diaspora in the construction of the Haitan nation. Student participants: Z’etoile Imma, Ryan Jiha and others TBA.

* Film Screening: The Price of Sugar (Feb 17 @ 6pm, Monroe Hall 134) A screening of the movie The Price of Sugar will be followed by a debate about Dominican Haitian relations led by students Ryan Jiha and Alex Gil.

* “Taste and Hear Haiti” ( Thursday Feb 18 from 6-8pm, Student Activities Building)– Haitian culinary arts and music fair. We will also be making banners to raise around grounds.

* Benefit Concert (Friday Feb 19th @ 7pm, McLeod Auditorium)– UVA students and student groups will perform to benefit Stephanie Jean-Charles’s family.