The mission of THV is to promote education, recreation and cultural experiences that will benefit both the Haitians as well as the other cultural groups living in the greater Nashville areas and to help eliminate disparities among the Haitian families with respect and love. We aim to equip the Haitian Community with resources that would empower them to build stronger families and be better citizens.
Tennessee Haitian Voice was created with determination to become the voice of every Haitian living in Nashville. In November 23rd of 2000, a group of friends decided to form an organization that could defend and protect all Haitians who live in Nashville Tennessee.
The organization became "Tennessee Haitian Voice". This non-profit organization became an advocacy group promoting social-cultural awareness. The aim of the organization is to inform the community available resources and to reduce or eliminate disparities in services to the Haitian people. The organization has been working diligently to achieve its goals: To promote Education, Recreation and Culture programs while providing awareness and assistance to community members.
Awards and Recognitions
Our THV President Phidomise Leveque won: Frist Humanitarian Award in 2012 from Southern Hills Medical Center
Our Vice President Casimy Sejour won community involvement award 2011
- Planet Creole (Saturday from 10:00 am to noon)
- Artful Tales: "Many Hands Make a lighter Load"
- Family supports
- Social cultural services
- Translation services
- Volunteer and Community services