The Association of Exchange and Development of Activities & Partnerships, Inc. (AEDAP®)
Our mission is to provide support to community organizations and individuals through a combination of leadership, health, social, and cultural services that empower them to become better leaders and create stronger communities. Our vision is to share AEDAP as a universal model where our Donors, Grantors, Volunteers and Supporters are Strong Ambassadors for the less fortunate. Here is a list of supporters and donors who have helped us this past year: world vision, global giving, Gate City Plumbing, and Town Care Dental.
Our Vision is for AEDAP to be considered an international reference model of service that grantors, beneficiaries, and other stakeholders trust and support.
The Association of Exchange Development of Activities and Partner- ships, Inc. (AEDAP) will be a Leadership Concept that existing Community organizations will apply to develop partnerships and Collaboration both in the United States and Haiti. AEDAP will be an um- brella organization for small projects through partnership.
The pillars of AEDAP are:
- Culturally sensitivity
- Sense of Community
- Belief in the value of partnership
Motto: Strong Partnerships Build Strong Communities
Provide technical support to existing community organizations; empower organizations’ members through leadership and educational trainings; collaborate with sponsored community development programs in the United States of America and Haiti.
Provide mentoring and coaching skills to boys and girls 5-18 in the areas of Education, Health, Arts and Crafts, Sports, and “Social Activities, empowering them to become young community leaders.”
Support projects that include Haitian media and highlight their involvement in neighborhood programs.
Encourage local non-profit organizations to maintain a calendar of events and provide a public forum for dialogue.
On March 2, 2012, President Obama and members of his Cabinet convened the White House Conference on Conservation to engage directly with conservation leaders from all 50 states to strengthen partnerships and identify next steps in advancing community-driven conservation and outdoor recreation initiatives that are building strong local economies and healthy lands, waters and wildlife across America. For more information, visit White House Conference on Conservation.