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On November of 2002, Mathurin co-founded The At Risk Children Foundation “ARCF”, A nonprofit organization with a 501 (C)(3) status, with the mission to promote, develop and improve basic living conditions for the most needy Haitian children and families of all faiths.

For the last 15 years At Risk Children has been providing critical assistance to children and families struggling in poverty through many programs aimed at improving their lives, strengthening families through community empowerment, and at escaping poverty through education.

How can you help?

At Risk Children’s mission is to help bring an end to extreme poverty, by providing educational opportunities
that prepare underserved children to thrive for success and beyond.

Join in. Be a Volunteer !
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The Board

At Risk Children Foundation, is a nonprofit organization, created in 2002 with a mission, to promote, develop and improve basic living conditions for the most needy children and families of all faiths in Haiti.
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Marlene Mathurin

Executive director & co-Founder
Marlene Mathuein Executive director & co-Founder of ARCF for many years has helped her Haitian people as they struggle for social and economic…

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Dr. Norman B. Carroll

Permanent Deacon
Chairman of At Risk Children Foundation since 2014 on, providing financial support and have been greatly impressed with the homes, education, clothing, and feeding of these…

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Dr. Joel S. Charles, MD-MPA

Health Mobile Clinic Coordinator
Dr Charles has been a member of Chambre de l’Enfance Necessiteuse Haitienne “CENH” and FSEH 1998 to 2004. Now officially join the team of…

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Rev. Pastor Sean Mulcahy

Vice-Chairman
Rev Sean Mulcahy was ordained a Roman Catholic priest at All Hallows Seminary in Ireland. He came immediately to the Archdiocese of Miami in the  United States. He served…

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