Why Sewing?

In America these days, tailoring and sewing seems to be limited to bridal gowns and groomsmen’s tuxedos for The Big Day. Everyday clothes, school uniforms, and formal clothes are bought at a department store and then given to a second-hand clothing store once they have outlived their popularity. In Haiti, the fashion world is quite Read More


See our latest newsletter below! Click on each picture to enlarge it, or click on the link at the bottom to download it as a PDF. Act For The Future Newsletter June 2016 PDF Read More

About Us

Act-For-The-Future classes kicked off in 2013 in a brick building, with seventeen students, one room and one big board, one big table to cut materials, twenty chairs, two sewing machines and one volunteer teacher teaching sewing. Classes are three days per week with additional practice on the weekends. There are a lot of children in Read More