2010 Haiti Earthquake - Remembering our Brothers & Sisters
Twelve years ago today, on January 12, Haiti was struck by a devastating earthquake that forever changed the lives of Haitians, back home and abroad. An estimated 200,000 people lost their lives on that fateful day and in the weeks and months thereafter. The trauma and damage caused by the earthquake persists to this day. However, the resilience, faith, hopes and determination of Haitian people have helped us move forward since that horrific day.
Today, Haiti again faces a multitude of challenges -- natural disasters, another recent earthquake, political instability, and insecurity. But, we must never give up on our homeland and its people. We must unite, agree to work together, and always fight to support our "Ayiti Cherie". Our successes and achievements as members of the NYPD, and of HALEFO,
prove that we have much to offer as long as we work together.
Please take some time to remembers the countless lives lost on January 12, 2010.
Next General Monthly Meeting
In-Person & via Zoom
Sunday, January 16, 2022
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
24th Anniversary Gala Review
2022 Sergeant Exam
HALEFO General Election
Haiti Relief Efforts
In-person Meeting Location to be announced.
Meeting ID and Passcode to be announced.
The 2022 Election
The Election is coming soon!
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Be in Good Standing to Vote in the 2022 Election
2021 HALEFO Scholarships
Congratulations to the 2021 Winners:
Son of Ret. Sgt. Herve Guiteau
Daughter of Sgt. Guy Pierre-Toussaint
We wish them continued success in their educational careers.
24th Anniversary Gala Journal
Enjoy the 24th Anniversary Gala journal above.
Please consider supporting the businesses who generously sponsored HALEFO this year.