aged in the 2010 quake. Presuma works with a non-
government organization in Haiti that combats
deforestation and pollution by finding alternatives to clear-
cutting forests to produce charcoal, the daily cooking fuel
the U.S. and wishing other young Haitians were at his side,
thought of his friend from St. Bonaventure.
school to host it," said Mahar. "And then he remembered:
Hey, Jim teaches finance. He asked me if we'd be interested
and I said let's try it."
traveled to the U.S. before. All were hungry for what St.
Bonaventure would teach them.
will use them for the future of Haiti," said program partici-
pant Jean Kendy Estimphil, an undergraduate management
student in Haiti who runs his own business to help pay for
educational component," he said, drawing a parallel with
the proverb: Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day,
teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime.
Blankets for cancer patients, Jim Mahar is always open to a world of possibilities.