Youth in Cap-Hatien received a lot of support during L’Union Suite’s recent charity bowling event.


Staff Report

DAVIE, Fla. – Celebrities, other notable influencers and South Florida residents turned out in in a big way to support L’union Suite’s 3rd Annual “Strike for Education Charity Bowl. Held Sunday, July 16 at Sparez Bowling, the event is an annual fundraiser that benefits Haiti.

Hosted by Stichiz from 103.5 The Beat, and attended by celebrities like Ace Hood, Karen Civil, Pierre Garcon, Andre Berto, Mack Maine and others, the event was filled with camaraderie, delicious food, music and friendly competition.

Every year L’union Suite adopts an organization to raise funds for. Proceeds from this year’s event will go towards building a much needed resource center at College Bell Angelot in Cap-Haitien to provide much needed laptops, books and supplies to Haitian youth in grades 7-12. The goal is to give them the opportunity to gain a better education and have the tools to become leaders in the future.

L’union Suite has become a household name for many reasons. With its eye-catching vlogs that educate and stimulate the mind, photographs that showcase beauty and strength and articles that motivate and inspire, the organization has crossed borders from the United States and Canada to the Caribbean to reach millions of people from different walks of life who want to be introduced to Haiti, its culture and its people.

“Competition is always so fierce, but friendly with our celebrity team,” said Wanda Tima-Gilles, CEO of L’union Suite. “They love being able to get together to enjoy an evening of fun, all while raising money for a great cause; one that’s even closer to my heart because we are building a resource center for kids in my hometown, which means the world to me.”