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By Jennifer Browning

This past Saturday, Fritz & Franz Bierhaus hosted Project Medishare’s Mission: Haiti, a volunteer and fundraiser event which recognized the more than 7000 volunteers who joined our organization in providing aid to earthquake victims over the past eight months.

At the MISSION:HAITI event guests peer inside a MASH Unit-style tent. Over a four month period Project Medishare operated Haiti's only critical care hospital out of three large tents where over 20,000 people were treated before Project Medishare partnered with Hospital Bernard Mevs. Currently, critical patients continue to be cared for in Haiti at Hospital Bernard Mevs Project Medishare. Photo by Omar Vega.

Throughout the evening, over 300 volunteers reunited at the Bierhaus where they enjoyed good tunes by South Florida’s Nightscape Band.

Over $36,000 was raised during the event with generous donations from International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading (ISTAT), The Bierhaus, Nightscape, and the Michael Kelley Family.

Thank you to all who joined us and donated. Project Medishare couldn’t continue our important work without our volunteers, donors and supporters!

Click here to see images from the MISSION: HAITI event.

If you missed the event and would like to make a contribution to help Project Medishare continue its mission to improve Haiti’s healthcare infrastructure click here to make an online donation today.

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By Jennifer Browning
Join the Nightscape Band as they perform live in Downtown Coral Gables
to kick-off their musical benefit for Project Medishare.

The band will perform next Saturday, February 27 from 9 pm-1 am at The Bier Hause on 60 Merrick Way (near 37th Ave between Coral Way and Alhambra (Satchmo location))

The Nightscape Band.

The band is led by Dr. Steve Chavoustie who holds a dual appointment at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine both as Voluntary Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and in medical education. Dr. Chavoustie is also the medical director of a non-profit organization called “Medical Students in Action” that offers medical care and education to the under-served communities in the rural areas of the Dominican Republic. He travels yearly with his medical students where he evaluates and treats over 900 patients per week for most medical conditions.

Dr. Chavoustie is also a long time supporter of Project Medishare. He and his band, Nightscape, started early raising money for Project Medishare’s earthquake relief efforts.

“Our benefit has already raised $6200 and we have not played yet,” Dr. Chavoustie said.

Call (305) 774-1883 For more Fritz & Franz information. You can check out the Nightscape Band’s website for the latest news on the band at

If you can’t join Nightscape but would like to donate to Project Medishare’s earthquake relief efforts click here.

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