Daniel Palmier of the Palmier Foundation Raises $400,000 for the Notre Dame Haiti Program
The Palmier Foundation continues its good work
“We view giving as an obligation not a choice. Our goal is to share our blessings by helping those in need physically, mentally and spiritually”
“We view giving as an obligation not a choice. Our goal is to share our blessings by helping those in need physically, mentally and spiritually,” - Stated Daniel M. Palmier, Director
The $400,000 total dollar donation is part of the expanded efforts of Daniel Palmier to continue the work of the Palmier Foundation, a nonprofit corporation established for the purpose of giving back. Included in the list of recent activities are sizeable donations to organizations such as InterVol, Brigham & Womens Hospital, the Kelly Cares Foundation, Newton Country Day School and the Wounded Warriors Project.
The Notre Dame Haiti Program was established to combat Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) through its aforementioned salt manufacturing program; mass drug administration, and clinical services/morbidity management. With more than 26% of Haiti’s population affected by the disease, the University of Notre Dame provides hope and relief to the Haitian people while living out its mission to cultivate in its students not only an appreciation for the great achievements of human beings but also a disciplined sensibility to the poverty, injustice and oppression that burdens the lives of so many.
About Palmier Foundation: The Palmier Foundation’s mission statement is to assist those in both local and global communities attain a greater quality of life. Underpinned by Christian values, the Palmier Foundation works on the principle that giving back to the community is an obligation which gives value to all those who participate.