ORADE is a nonprofit organization that teaches children to become professional soccer players and also providing, free academic education while emphasizing a positive experience and instilling the core values of discipline, safety, teamwork, integrity, sportsmanship and respect.
The logo of ORADE contains 8 children and a figure 8 itself which represents Infinity and everything good in the universe which is infinite; such as infinite love, infinite supply, infinite energy, infinite time . . . in other words, 8 represents complete and unending abundance without any lack.
In ancient times, Pythagoras would have his students draw, look at, and meditate upon the number 8 as a way of invoking infinite abundance. Today, many people use the number 8 as a focal point for manifesting their supply. If you are seeing a lot of number 8’s, it’s a divine sign that your prayers for supply and abundance have been heard and are being answered. The number 8 has no ending and loops back upon itself, showing that there is no lack. The Mobius Twist is a number 8 that many people feel is the physical structure of the universe, without ending.
The number 8 in the Bible represents a new beginning, meaning a new order or creation, and man’s true ‘born again’ event when he is resurrected from the dead into eternal life, as described.
ORADE sets to reach out and accommodate the less fortunate in a way for them to develop their full potential with no limit.
I founded ORADE in order to give back to the community. I feel very fortunate to be part of something great. The privilege to be here today in the United States and represent such a great county as my own, it’s a dream comes true. As a boy growing up in Haiti, I never saw myself serving for over 20 years in the US Army still in counting, be a law enforcer and an entrepreneur as well. My goal is to encourage the up and coming generation to focus in becoming a collective vital in the society. Our children are craving for positive role models and guidance. I felt the need to put together a team of professionals that share the same vision and passionate about children and their future.
Captain Ramses Brunache holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science Accounting. He also holds a Master of Science in Business Organizational Management with Concentration in Information Technology from the University of Laverne, California.
Captain Brunache is currently a senior Captain in Fort Eustis, Virginia. His hobbies are teaching, mentoring, volunteering, computer technology, video and photography.
He is fluent in French, Haitian Creole, and English.
Francys Joseph is a graduate of the Police Academy of Haiti. He is a former instructor at the Police Academy of Haiti and was also the Director of the Civilian Prison in Archaiae, Haiti. He has also worked as a medical interpreter. He completed the Senior Police Administration course at the Canadian Police College in 2012. He attended International Correspondence School and majored in Accounting. He speaks English, French, and Haitian Creole.