As you all know, the Universal Zulu Nation prides itself on doing volunteer work, hosting canned food drives, tutoring sessions, home and building clean-ups, starting mentoring programs, neighborhood protection, holding seminars, conferences, creating newsletters, magazines, selling and writing books, putting together concerts, and developing programs that close the gaps between the generations and the sexes. We are an organization for the people by the people! Everybody is for Zulu but Zulu is not for everybody because being a Zulu is work!
The best Nation is a doe-nation!
More often than not, the island of Haiti engenders negative connotations and images resulting from its: devastating poverty, political unrest, and violence. Truthfully, Haiti is an island full of dichotomies. While it’s true that the majority of Haitian people live in undeniably devastating conditions, Haiti’s colorful language, pulsating music, as well as its vibrant and rich culture also characterize the island. It is undoubtedly Haiti’s kind, spirited people and their unrelenting drive to persevere despite all things, which inspired us to form “Inspire Haiti.”
Inspire Haiti was founded by eight individuals exclusively for the charitable, medical and educational purposes of providing relief to the poor. Inspire Haiti’s objective is to improve the living conditions for the majority of Haitians: one person at a time, one community at a time. They aim to do this by building a comprehensive community-based organization focused on empowering the people of Haiti through quality health care, nutrition, education and social reform.
Please join them for an evening of light hors d’oeuvre and cocktails
Sample items include:
Sports memorabilia, weekend trips, jewelry, artwork and more….
Date: September 15, 2012
Time: 4 – 8 pm
Place: 77 Prince Street
between Thompson & Sullivan
How to make a Difference:
1 – Purchase Your Inspire Haiti Silent Auction Tickets $25 Ticket or more at
2 – Donate by mail:
A – Fill out a Donation form at:
B – Mail form and check to:
19 W121st Street
New York, New York 10027
For more information inquire on the web at: