HAMOC is nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that relies on individual, corporate, and foundation contributions and support. Your contribution will go a long way in furthering HAMOC's mission to share Haitian art and culture.

"Men anpil, chay pa lou" 

  Many hands make a load lighter.


  "A hand going out, a hand coming back, makes a friendship last"

Haitian chocolate! Support the Haiti Museum with a purchase of delicious Les Chocolateries Askanya, made in Haiti from Haiti cacao! Click here to shop using code HAMOC, and a portion of proceeds will go to the Museum. Merci! (Photo: Chocolate Uplift)


HAMOC would also like to highlight the commitment and efforts of other organizations who provide needed resources to the Haitian community in the greater Chicagoland:
Radio L'Union
Loyola University - Chicago One hour of conversation on Politics, Culture (In Creole, French, and English) and Haitian Music.
Producer & Host - Emile Andre
Commentator - Mardochee Jean-Charles
Phone: (773) 508-9589 or (773) 606-7014 l Haitian Talk Show - Every Saturday 1:00pm-2:00pm
26 East Pearson, Terry Student Center, 3rd Floor
Baumhart Hall Chicago, IL 60611
Radio la Difference Chicago
Promoting Haitian Music and Culture Live on the web The Very 1st 24 Hours Haitian Owned Radio station in Chicago.
Live programming on Sunday and 7:30 PM weekly.
1900 Asbury Ave Evanston, IL 60201
Group for Reflection and Action for a New Haiti (GRAHN)
Grahn-world, (
Ludovic Comeau, President, GRAHN-World
Cell U.S.: (773) 263-8870
Cell Haiti: (011) (509) 3868-9898
Office: (312) 362-8484
Haitian Congress to Fortify Haiti
To mobilize ourselves as Haitians in the diaspora to develop Haiti.
Chairperson - Marie Lynn Toussaint, Esq.
1900B Asbury Ave. Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 530-0851
Concerned Haitian Americans of Illinois (CHAI)
Provides education, healthcare, and clothing to children on the northern coast of Haiti.
David Francois, President, CHAI
Phone: (630) 881-1833
Help the Children of Haiti
Haitian American Lawyers Association of Illinois (HALA)
Promote and provide assistance to future lawyers of Haitian descent, and acting as a voice for the concerns of the Haitian American community, particularly in Illinois.
Darryl Auguste & Anastasie Senat
Facebook: Haitian American Lawyers Association of Illinois
Phone: (773) 965-8334
Association of Haitian Physicians Abroad - Chicago Chapter (AMHE)
Advocate for the Haitian immigrant community in health-related matters. To contribute to the advancement of medicine and the betterment of public health in Haiti. 
Serge JC Pierre-Louis, M.D, MPH,-President 
Contact: (312) 420-1044
Haitian-American Professional Network (HAPN)
Supports and advocates for the economic and social empowerment of the Haitian-American community in the Chicagoland.
Patrick Brutus, President
Call 1(855)-HAPN-CHI
Connect with us on LinkedIn & Facebook at Haitian-American Professional Network.
Haitian American Community Association (HACA)
Strive to provide comprehensive support to the Haitian Community and other ethnic groups in the greater Chicago area.
Jacques Leblanc
1637 W. Morse Ave, Chicago IL. 60626, USA
Midwest Association of Haitian American Women (MAHAW)
Promote and empower women in the Midwest greater Midwest regions of USA.
Monique Germain & Marie Josee St. Preux
Phone: (773) 285-4020
3132 S. Calumet, Chicago IL 60616
Operation S.O.S.
Supports efforts to educate children and youth of Haiti.
Colette Jeffries
P.O. BOX 75574
Chicago, IL 60680
Phone: (312) 222-1900
DuSable Heritage Association
A non-profit organization who's mission is to promote the legacy of Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable, founder of Chicago, through educational and cultural activities.
Serge J.C. Pierre-Louis
DuSable Heritage Association
PO Box 6121
Chicago, IL 60680

Hours of Operation

 Tuesday           12PM - 6PM

 Thursday          12PM - 6PM

 Friday               12PM - 6PM

 Sunday              12PM - 4PM

Price of Admission: $5

Group rates available!

Ask about our membership

4654 N Racine Ave.

Chicago, IL 60640


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