OUR SCHOOLS IN HAITI
Working Towards a Better Tomorrow
Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. Cap Mona Angel Fund emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support the community, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. One of our largest sponsors is The Mona Electric Group, voted the largest philanthropic group in the DC area by Washington Business Journal.
Since the 1970's, we’re an organization driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support. Our teams have rebuilt the homes of the elderly and veterans with Christmas in April, provided a headquarters for the Sister of Mercy, and gifted over $1 million dollars in scholarships. Currently we are providing scholarships in the DC area, Maryland, Maine, and Florida as well as supporting two schools and a church in Haiti.
Please click here for a list of charities that we work with to provide assistance in an array of areas.
ST. VINCENT - ST. PATRICK SCHOOL
in Petite Riviere de Nippes.
St. Patrick School was a public eight-room school known with six classrooms, an apartment for the director and a dormitory to house eight guests. Coleman "Coley" Gorham of Portland, Maine started this school, among other organizations, after watching a video about Haiti. He visited orphanages, schools, churches and the slums of Cité Soleil and had decided something must be done to help the children obtain an education. To read more about Coley please click here.
In March of 2018, Vincent "Cap" Mona took on the school for Coley as his 100th birthday present to keep Coley's dream alive and ensure the success of the school would continue. Cap has since bought 2 buses, sent computers and laptops and will be making even more improvements to not only this school but churches in the area as well.
CAP MONA SCHOOL
in Lapilla, Pignon
The Cap Mona School in Lapilla is a school being built in Pignon, Haiti to provide additional educational resources to the children of Haiti. There will be dormitories, classrooms, clean bathroom facilities, a theatre and apartments for the teachers and directors.
IN HIS NAME CHURCH
in Lapilla - Pignon, Haiti
After the earth quake in 2010, In His Name Church was leveled. As the community started to build itself back up, the church suffered many delays and problems in development until the pastor of the church, Mitch Cherfil, met Vincent "Cap" Mona. With Cap's help, the church was able to rebuild the building to better than before.