Jozy Altidore to fund all Haiti and USMNT Copa America matches to Haiti

The Haitian-American soccer player Jozy Altidore, will not be able to play for his native team of Haiti at the Copa America Centenario; however, he has contributed by providing the necessary funding to make sure that people in Haiti have the opportunity to enjoy the games. Altidore and his foundation are donated funds to make sure that every Haiti and USMNT match are broadcasted in Haiti. The St. Luke Foundation will arrange, host and supervise public watch parties for the games, which will feature large projection screens that will be transported to Haiti from Miami.


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Haiti will be playing in Group B at the Copa America and its first game at the Copa America will be on June 4 against Peru

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