• Slice of life from Baille Tourible

    Mikaël Theimer is a volunteer photographer for KANPE. During his last travel in Haiti, he visited Baille Tourible for a few days. Through his photos, he shares the daily life of the members of this community supported by KANPE. We are in Baille Tourible, and Fritz* – whom the locals warmly call “Father Fito” –

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  • National Volunteer Week

    Until Saturday we celebrate the National Volunteer Week. Thanks to all our volunteers for their involvement during Kanaval, but also throughout the year: translations, photos, graphics, events, and so much more! Thank you for being “KANPE” with us, thank you for your availability and your beautiful energy!

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  • Educational health training at Baille Tourible clinic

    Last November, volunteer photographer Mikaël Theimer visited Haiti.  As part of his trip, he spent a few days in Baille Tourible and, through his photos, he shared a window into the daily lives of this community supported by KANPE. « While patients wait their turn at the health clinic in Baille Tourible, Ernionne Aimé, the nurse, invites them

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  • Kanaval: $ 100,534 net raised for KANPE

    We were more than 2,000 last week for KANPE’s Kanaval at the Montreal Metropolis. Thanks to you $ 100,534 net has been raised during the evening and will be entirely donated to The KANPE Foundation to support its mission in Haiti, to stand with the most vulnerable families towards their financial autonomy. Thank you! All the

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  • KANAVAL 2017

    Kanaval KANPE 2017: PHOTOS

    A big THANK YOU to all who attended the 5th edition of Kanaval KANPE 2017! Thank you to the artists, the hosts (Jason Sudeikis, Anne-Marie Withenshaw and Gardy Fury), to Queen Naomy Grand’Pierre and to King Patrice Bernier. Thank you to the partners and sponsors of this evening. THANKS to our incredible volunteers! Thanks to

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  • Mèsi Arcade Fire and Plus One

    After an extraordinary performance of Arcade Fire at Kanaval on March 15 at the Metropolis of Montreal, including Marika Shaw of Plus One playing violin, the community of Baille Tourible wanted to thank them for their extraordinary support to KANPE. Since day 1, Arcade Fire and Plus One support The KANPE Foundation and its mission

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  • KANAVAL 2017

    Patrice Bernier, Kanaval King 2017

    Every good Kanaval deserves a king. Patrice Bernier will be this year’s king! Together with olympian Naomy Grand’Pierre, he will kick off the festivities of this 5th edition. Patrice Bernier has also been recognized by the National Assembly of Quebec for his involvement in the community.   Kanaval KANPE, March 15, Metropolis of Montreal Tickets available

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  • Téo TAXI and KANPE join forces for Kanaval

    This year, KANPE and Téo Taxi are teaming up to get kanavaliers home easily after Kanaval. Until March 16th at noon, every new user of Téo TAXI will get $15 of credit on their mobile app, $5 of which will be donated to KANPE. The credit will be available in the application within 30 days

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  • KANAVAL 2017

    Naomy Grand’Pierre, Kanaval Queen 2017

    The first ever female Haitian Olympic swimmer, Naomy Grand’Pierre, will be the Kanaval Queen 2017. 19 year-old Naomy Grand’Pierre was born in Montreal and raised in Atlanta. Naomy started competing for Haiti in 2015 and became Haiti’s first female Olympic Swimmer when she swam the 50m freestyle at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Naomy

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  • Régine Haïti, March 2017

    Régine Chassagne visits the Baille Tourible community

    Currently in Haiti for a few days, Régine Chassagne, co-founder of KANPE wanted to go to Baille Tourible on the Central Plateau, where the organization acts. Accompanied by Marika Shaw, founder and president of Plus One, and the artist Paul Beaubrun they were greeted with music by the marching band and the entire community. The

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