in the wake of one of the most devastating disasters, people of all kinds: college students, doctors, nurses, teachers, police, firefighters, charities, foundations, celebrities and average-joe's alike are all rushing to aid Haiti. after ten days and two devastating blows the chaos continues as they attempt to heal the wounded, search for those still trapped, and find shelter for the homeless. in the US alone, already $5 million dollars has been raised through text messaging. FYI: text 'Haiti' to 90999 to donate $10 to the American Red Cross. people all over are doing what they can to help Haiti. even etsy sellers are attempting to do their part. sellers from all over donated to these etsy shop, HeartsforHaiti and haitibyhand. anything purchased from the HeartsforHaiti shop 100% of the sales are donated to the Haiti relief efforts. enjoy...

one love for haiti - 14k gold filled - save the children by onelifejewelry, $30.

love notes a set of 10 flat panel note cards by CarasScrapNStampArt, $12.

antiqued silver heart necklace by sweetsimple, $16.50.

haiti relif white sapphire and silver stack ring by Silverwoods, $68.

haiti relief - carribean wrapped hoop earrings by SDJewlery, $36.

haiti earthquake relief fund donation pendant by oliviamoon, $13.

hearts and flower locket necklace by Hollygems, $20.

valentines 8in decoupage glass plate by juliesadorabowls, $12.

penny bryant by PinkWaterFairy, $36.

swallow headband by MyLavaliere, $19.

vintage minimalist single bulb bare pendant by kamlampcompany, $95.

keep calm and carry on art print by PoshPixels, $8.

heart art - be mine sculpted art by mamapainter, $65.

reversible bag inger/sonja by crafthope, $37.50.

artisan necklace--kathie barrick by moandmo, $225.

heart for haiti bags - kimberly codron by frenchbee, $12.

357 magnum nickel bullet key chain by awelldressedbullet, $7.

ruby red silk magnolia headband by ThreadRare, $36.

in flight earrings by RedRavenStudios, $34.

for more items, go to HeartsforHaiti, haitibyhand, or search 'haiti' on etsy...even more shops are donating a portion of proceeds to relief funds for Haiti.


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