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Flying High for Haiti and The Rotary Club of Key Biscayne invite you to participate in a Week of Wellness! For an entire week, enjoy over 25 different live virtual classes given by our community experts about nutrition, fitness, meditation, cooking, health and more.  Visit the Week of Wellness Calendar page to see the full list of classes.

With a suggested minimum donation of $40, you will have unlimited access to all ZOOM sessions and automatically participate in our raffle for:

The event happening in Key Biscayne will support Ecole du Village kids and their community

The event will be happening from February 22nd to February 28th, 2021, via Zoom. It will be organized by Flying High For Haiti and Key Biscayne Rotary Club and supported by: Omni Orlando Resort in Championsgate, Bear Cut Fitness, Veronica Vidal, and all the generous experts who are donating their time to the event.

Why you should attend this event, your contribution, and other ways of contributing if you are not able to make it

This past year has proven difficult for everyone including non profit organizations. The Brazilian Night, FHFH’s biggest annual fundraiser and main source of funds, had to be canceled due to the pandemic. In its place FHFH is hosting The Week of Wellness, a fully online event that not only aims to raise funds but also support the wellbeing of our community.

By attending this event you are helping provide uninterrupted education to the students of Ecole du Village in Ile-a-Vache, Haiti. 100% of your donation will go towards teacher salaries and educational materials for the students.

If you are not able to attend Week of Wellness, we invite you to consider making a donation here to help Ecole du Village.

Want to know the kind of impact your donation will have in Ecole du Village?
  • A $40 donation pays for the educational materials of one student for a year.
  • A $100 donation pays for the salary of a teacher for a month.
  • A $250 donation  pays for the salary of the school principal for a month.
  • A $400 donation pays for the educational materials of all students for a month.