We look forward to a time when quality education and economic opportunity are broadly available across Haiti.
As a result of conflict and natural disaster the people of Haiti currently live with terrible insecurity, poverty and a lack of opportunity. The Andrew Grene Foundation’s mission is to give the Haitian people the resources to develop themselves through education and microfinance.
A huge thank you!
Headmaster Ricot Pierre gives his thanks for the school’s new extension
The 2015 AGF Golf Day took place on a soggy Friday in May at the Malahide Golf Club, Ireland. Alan Markey did an amazing job of organising the teams, sponsorship of holes and prizes, and in total over € 5000 was raised. Noel Carter also helped with the organisation, and Mary an Huw, members of …View full post
Sheila Parker worked at Nimlok Ltd for 7 years as Supervisor in their Fabrics Department until she retired in 2011 and moved to Essex. Former colleagues rallied round and raised over £100 in sponsorship to show their support for this parachute jump achievement as they were all well aware Sheila has an inherent fear of …View full post
The P3 Cyclathon proved a huge success this January with over £3300 being raised for the Andrew Grene Foundation. 43 cyclists from the P3 group cycled in the UK and France, competing against each other to cycle 1324 miles (distance around Haiti). Below are thumbnails from the full gallery of images from the event:View full post
Rodlin Fertil is the hard working student from the Andrew Grene High School who was selected by Headmaster Ricot Pierre, to visit Ultima France at the start of 2015. His visit includes work experience at the Head Office of the exhibition hardware manufacturer. He was awarded this opportunity following …View full post
Although the original planned excursion date had to be postponed due to security concerns, 120 students got to make their visit to Fort Jacques, a historical site located at Kenscoff, on Saturday 22nd November. The weather was warm, and they were met by a site guide who walked them around and discussed the history of the …View full post