Be InspirEd with Honorary Chair Debbie Phelps


  • Start Date:2014-09-18
  • End Date:2015-09-18
  • Start Time:06:30
  • End Time:09:00
  • Location:Perkins+Will, 1250 24th St NW, Suite 800, Washington DC


  • Organized by:Be InspirED
  • Mobile:703.880.4160
  • Website:
  • Address:P.O. Box 1222 Vienna, VA 22183

Phase I of our dream is realized. Share the journey and see our vision for the future. 
We invite you to be a part of an
 inspirED movement to change and improve education in Haiti. 

Debbie Phelps is serving as an Honorary Chair for this event!  Read More about Debbie!

Cannot be in Washington, DC to attend the event?  Consider making a donation to help fund the next two phases of the Mont Fleury School Project!

Join us and Honorary Chair, Debbie Phelps, as we celebrate the Grand Opening of our school in Mont Fleury, Haiti.

Since 2011, Community Coalition for Haiti has collaborated with Perkins+Will Architectural Firm, Savannah College of Art & Design and Haitian builders to create a vibrant teaching and learning sustainable community. It will provide a new future for hundreds of village children and their families.

(The vision of InspirED is about the inspiration of what education can provide to teachers, students and members of the education community. InspirED challenges donors, volunteers, students, educators and the people of Haiti to dream big, remain hopeful, and take leadership to inspire others. InspirED gives us the spirit to be a global citizen, create profound change and help build a better future for Haiti.)



Match a Girl Scout’s enthusiastic efforts to fill her “Big” jar with coins…and maybe even bills…

Girl Scout Troop 4361 has teamed up with CCH in response to the urgent need to help send the children of Mt. Fleury, Haiti  “back to school” for the 2014-2015 school year.  The Troop will be at the September 18th event… If you can’t make it you can still participate in this matching challenge, email Marty Engle at  You’ll be inspiring and helping Girl Scouts achieve The Silver Award by taking an active role in making the world a better place for kids.

It’s not just about the cookies, anymore…