Community2Community, is a non-profit service organization dedicated to building self-sufficient communities by working with the community. C2C recently launched the Haïti Restoration and Transformation Pilot Project in Petit Goâve in April 2011. Their first fundraiser to fuel the project was held at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY, in January 12, 2011, the one year anniversary of the earthquake; celebrating Haïti's resiliency and culture. They raised over $40,000. In less than one year, C2C, working with local residents, broke ground for a new water distribution system. C2C is also working to restore the road, promote the community’s reforestation efforts already in progress along with plans to build a community school to house 350-400 students. With the support of Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz, the 2012 “Hope and A Future” Benefit Concert for Haïti moves to Brooklyn. Sponsored by the New York Daily News, in partnership with WBLS FM/WLIB AM, and Christian Cultural Center, the concert will feature special performances by Oleta Adams and Haitian Kompa sensation Carimi to raise awareness and much needed funding for the project.