Helping Haiti



We, like everyone are feeling so sad about the devastation and situation in Haiti.

For our upcoming "Love Transforms" market, Poppytalk Handmade will be making a donation on behalf of our participants to Plan Canada to do our small part in helping the people of Haiti. Apparantly 50% of the population in Haiti is children, and Plan Canada is a global movement supporting social justice for children in developing countries. Please find an email message from their Haiti field director sent today - here . The Government of Canada is matching everyone's donation as well between January 12 and February 12th, 2010. Our contribution will help the children and their families directly affected by the earthquake. Click here if you wish to donate as well.

Here is a list of links to other organizations and artists in the handmade community helping out.

CBC News Canada has an extensive list of organizations accepting donations. Amy from Handmade Evolution told us about a link from CNN. Her shop Field Trip is giving 20% of all her profits to Unicef now until Jan. 21st. Natasha of Bubbo is giving 100% of her profits from her Valentine's prints here and here. Here is a list of all the Etsians offering sales (so great). Indie Fixx is holding a fundraiser. And Victoria of Sfgirlbybay is offering $5 to the Red Cross from every Keep Calm poster sale as well and published a list yesterday of others helping out it the handmade communtiy, read it here.

Jen Renninger {aka Please be still} is donating $5.00 from each print sale until the end of the January to the Red Cross to aid for Haiti. Together we help, and every little bit can make a difference!!!

Cynthia Callan is dongating the proceeds of any heart item purchased from her etsy shop which will be donated to UNISEF.

Mannybeads is donating 100% of all sales to Partners in Health and their Earthquake Relief Efforts in Haiti. PIH has a long history of providing aid and vital resources to Haiti and has been operating health clinics in Port au Prince and many other cities in the country for over 20 years. Already well rooted in the community and mobilizing to provide immediate resources, PIH will effectively route resources and donations where they are most needed.

Leah Giberson is donating $5.00 from every sale thru February 14th to the "HAITI EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE” fund via Doctors Without Borders.

isphotography and her Etsy shop are donating 15% of all sales to the Red Cross between Jan 15 and Jan 31.

Monkey Puzzle Press is donating 30% of each sale to Doctors Without Borders this weekend

Art Esprit is donating $10 from each sale from now until the end of the month in their etsy shop.

Cathy Nichols Art is donating 10% of all Sales to The American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund & FREE SHIPPING all week (from 1/17-1/23).

K is for Calligraphy will be donating envelope seals and Valentine's cards to the Hearts for Haiti Etsy shop.


If you are an artist in the handmade community, feel free to add your link if you are contributing in some way in the comments section below.

Jan Halvarson

12 comments:

Johanne said...

thank you for this kind gesture! i am from Port-au-Prince, haiti and just learned thatmy parents are ok for now, but i leave overseas! merci beaucoup! Johanne

Vanessa said...

I am giving 50% of all proceeds from my shop to the Red Cross for the Haiti earthquake relief.
www.delacy.etsy.com
If nothing takes your fancy then donate straight to the Red Cross.

susan said...

I am donating to the doctors without borders - $10 from each sale from now until the end of the month in my etsy shop. http://www.artesprit.etsy.com .
we can't do enough... evenou

three critters said...

it makes me happy to see that influential blogs are spreading the word about how to help Haiti, thanks

triggerhappy said...

10% of all orders placed this weekend (Jan 16 & 17) will be donated to Doctors Without Borders to aid relief efforts in Haiti

triggerhappy.etsy.com


thank you.

Fine Craft Guild said...

Thank you for your effort.

I have added your generosity to the list of Artisans who Support Haiti.

You can find the list here:
http://www.finecraftguild.com/bloggers-aid-haiti/

If you know of other artists/ craft artisans who contribute to Haiti relief, please add them to the list.

please let us know how it is going. feedback and 'from the trenches' info is always welcomed.

Tina Crespo said...

50% of print purchases will be donated to the Red Cross for those suffering in Haiti.
Basically. Fine Art=Love.

Kayla said...

100% of sales from January 18-22 will be donated to Oxfam to aid in relief efforts in Haiti. http://www.inklingpaper.etsy.com

shirtisflymama said...

50% of all Shirtisfly.com orders from 1/17th to 2/14th will be donated to Doctors Without Borders for the relief efforts in Haiti.

www.shirtisflymama.etsy.com

Wolfie and the Sneak said...

I'm putting some old designs of posters back in my shop--they're $30 and $25 of each sale will be split between Drs without Borders and Architecture for Humanity. (The remainder will help me offset production costs a little bit)

http://Wolfieandthesneak.etsy.com

Felicity Lingle said...

Now through Valentine's day 10% of sales will be donated to the American Red Cross for relief efforts in Haiti.

http://FelicityLingle.BigCartel.com

Leslie Y. said...

I’m donating $15 for every item purchased on FeistyElle.com from now till the end of the month to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund.

http://www.feistyelle.com

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