help haiti.

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okay, so i know we’re all feeling the sorrowful devastation in haiti, and seeing suffering humanity right before our eyes. so, there are lots of ways to jump right in and contribute to the relief efforts, including donating to doctors without borders, or to donating to any one of these charitable organizations.

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there are also several artists, blogs and crafters holding fundraisers and donating portions of their sales to these efforts. if you’d like to help in that way, here’s just a few of blogs, and shops i’ve seen to date as i post this, including my own etsy shop, contributing to this effort. there’s also a more complete list of donors, here on etsy’s handmade for haiti. if you know of others donating, please add them in the comments section below. thank you, and please spread the word, and consider donating what you can. thanks so much for all you do.

becky rose

bee bee bee saints & stuff

bird in hand

bliss in a teacup

enhabiten

field trip

indie fixx’s auction & fundraiser

knit lush

oh my ampersand

Onè Respe

pepper’s apothecary

the pioneer woman

sfgirlbybay

Tête-à-Tête

tina crespo photography

voleur de Bijoux

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61 Responses to “help haiti.”
  1. automatism says:

    I’ll be participating as well on the automatism atelier shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/automatism

    Thanks!
    Lori

  2. kate says:

    thanks for this victoria. i’m also donating 10% of all sales to the relief effort:

    http://www.katedurkin.etsy.com

  3. Angela says:

    I am donating 100% of proceeds from my Etsy shop, until I run out of items, to Partners in Health.

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/papermenagerie

  4. Hi Victoria,
    I am, inspired by Liane, donating $10.00 of every sale to relief in Haiti. My shop: http://www.luckylife.etsy.com Thanks for compiling this list hun. I hope it ends up helping.
    xo
    Melis

  5. Pam says:

    Thanks Victoria for this post.

    I’m going to donate all proceeds of my sales for the rest of January.
    http://www.zoetropa.etsy.com

  6. Naomi G says:

    I donated the minute I heard and donated and will contintue to donate 10% of any event that we book to the relief.

  7. Rachel E. says:

    Thank you for this post.

    100% of profits from all January sales from my Etsy shop will be donated to Yele Haiti. I do hope it is helpful.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/CoastingAlong

  8. holly says:

    no amount of money that i give could make me feel better about this. a couple degrees south and it could have been my people…wait it is my people. i gave and i wished it made me feel a little less helpless. God bless Haiti.

  9. $2.00 from each item purchased from my shop will be donated to Doctors Without Borders

  10. Hello Jan + Earl,
    I would like you to know that 100% of profit from my valentine prints + posters goes to Haiti fund poster are in my shop: bubbo.etsy.com

    plus we are gathering stuff like clothes / tins / food / water in our house, so those of you who are in NYC and willing to help, please drop me a line!

  11. victoria says:

    thanks everyone for linking to your sites!

    natasha – this is victoria, but you can find jan & earl here: http://poppytalk.blogspot.com/

    thanks for your link, as well!

  12. susan b. says:

    such a wonderful list of fundraisers. I also posted about the ones I know of a few days ago and have kept adding new links as I find them –

    http://westcoastcrafty.wordpress.com/2010/01/13/craftivism-for-haiti/

    I added a link back to your post, too. Thank you to everyone who’s supporting these relief efforts so generously!

  13. victoria says:

    thank you for sharing, susan – what a great list of contributors!

  14. captain kk says:

    there’s also a great help-haiti tshirt by double take clothing that you can buy for only $20 & 100% goes to haiti.
    http://www.captainkk.com/2010/01/help-haiti.html

  15. elena says:

    Thank you for this! I will be passing on the word! :)

  16. this is so awesome! i know you feel. we felt so compelled to do something too. we planned a new years party on january 20th. for the party we are holding a tabletop design challenge within the events and wedding pros. we felt that we should a table too. instead of us entering the table we have conceptually created a design to help raise money to send water to haiti. 100% of the money donated will go straight to charity:water. they need water now and we have to get it to them. so the concept is based off of.. you guessed it water. we hope that the design will move and inspire our guest to give.

  17. this is so awesome! i know how you feel. we felt so compelled to do something too. we planned a new years party on january 20th. for the party we are holding a tabletop design challenge within the events and wedding pros. we felt that we should design a table too. so instead of us entering the table we have conceptually created a design to help raise money to send water to haiti. 100% of the money donated will go straight to charity:water. haiti need water now. so the concept is based off of.. you guessed it water. we hope that the design will move and inspire our guest to give.

  18. Until the end of January, I’m donating half of all sales from my Three By Sea and Wide Sarcasm Sea shops. Details in this post-
    http://www.threebysea.com/three_by_sea/2010/01/help-for-haiti-from-the-serene-and-the-sarcastic.html

  19. Jade says:

    Hi Victoria, At Craft Hope we are setting up an Etsy shop for crafters to donate their items. %100 of the proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders. Right now we are asking for crafters to donate items. You can see more on the Craft Hope site. We hope to have the shop open in the next hour or two. Cheers!

  20. jessica says:

    Wonderful post, Victoria. I’ll be donating 100% of my Jan sales to Haiti relief.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/windowledge
    Thanks!

  21. Tif says:

    hi victoria,
    just to let you know i have been working on a shop update this week, shall be adding my latest to my etsy store next thursday. 30% of any sales will go to Plan USA, a charity for children close to my heart and helping with the relief efforts in Haiti…
    Tif x

  22. Mariana says:

    Mentioning this (and adding a link to your blog) on my blog as well. Thanks for the info!

  23. Thanks for all these great sources! I’m linking this post to my own blog now. I pubbed something design-related this morning, then went back, deleted, and reposted about Haiti. Just haven’t been able to stop thinking about everything. I’ve already donated but wish with all my heart I could do more…

  24. victoria says:

    thank you everyone for donating, and for posting these great links. this is so wonderful!

  25. Tina says:

    Not design related, but my son’s elementary school is planning a “dress down day”. The children pay $1 not to wear their school uniform for a day. All proceeds will be donated to the Haitian Relief Fund @ The American Red Cross. I think it’s a wonderful way to get young children involved.

  26. Meghan says:

    Thanks for posting all of these links and this info.

    Also: Michelle Obama, The Red Cross, and the Ad Council are teaming up to help Americans centralize efforts and give where it’s needed most. Check out the PSA on the MyAdCouncil website and help out if you can!

    http://my.adcouncil.org/Haiti/

  27. bugheart says:

    i will donate 20% of the list price of any item to to doctors without borders for haiti relief:
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/jennypennyvintage

  28. thank you so much for this post!

    i’ve compiled a small list too:
    http://iartu.blogspot.com/2010/01/haiti-relief.html

    hope you can add some to your list!
    <3.
    j.

  29. Charity Auction for Haitian Relief. 100% Donation to Doctors Without Borders.
    Handmade artisan messenger bag. Extremely rare hide with heart.

    Auction here: http://bit.ly/707HeartBagAuction
    More information at http://www.stashstudios.com or http://www.stashcouture.com.

  30. Jewel says:

    Craft Hope is sponsoring a shop… if you are a crafter you can contact them and donate … or buy :) http://www.etsy.com/shop/crafthope

  31. jena says:

    I’m donating $5 of every sale in my vintage shop to Partners in Health, an org. that’s be working in Haiti for 20 years.

    My shop is here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/missmodish more details on PIH’s relief efforts here: http://www.standwithhaiti.org/haiti

    Thanks Victoria!

  32. sulu-design says:

    I’m donating 50% of profits from all sales in my etsy shop from now through the end of January to the Mercy Corps effort in Haiti.
    http://www.suelieu.etsy.com

  33. renee says:

    thanks for all efforts…mercy and sharing charity is great help and takes all profits for orphaned and disfigured haitian children, just dropped my cousin at airport to fly into to help gain support!!!! God Bless

  34. Hi sweetie, I am so excited by how the craft/art/esty community has answered the call!!
    I’ll be donating 50% of my shop sales in January to the Red Cross.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/nestingemily

  35. Sylvie says:

    Oh my. Every time I see these pleas for donating to The American Red Cross my heart sinks. They were exposed a long time ago for their corruption( http://www.counterpunch.org/allen10202005.html ).
    Your compassionate readers would be well informed by the article in the link that follows, and there are some ethical charities listed at the bottom of it:
    http://www.zmag.org/znet/viewArticle/23640
    Please, all of you kind bloggers, consider rescinding your public support of the Red Cross and replacing it with the charities from the aforementioned article. The writer, Paul Street, is as ethical as they come and highly regarded in humanitarian circles. Forgive my arrogance, but this is not a time for being delicate.

  36. victoria says:

    thank you sylvie for the important information!!

  37. Sylvie says:

    Thank you sweet Victoria.

  38. Kathryn says:

    Through February 14th, I will be donating $5.00 from each sale to the Partners in Health, an organization helping with the Haiti Relief: http://www.standwithhaiti.org/haiti
    Thank you!

  39. I will be donating 100% of all sales from Monday, January 18 through Friday, January 22 to Oxfam to help with relief efforts in Haiti. http://www.inklingpaper.etsy.com

  40. I’m donating 15% of all sales in January and February to Partners in Health. $100 has been donated as of 16 January.

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/thespottedsparrow

  41. I will be donating 20% of all January and Mid February sales to “Médecines sans frontièrs” to help the earthquake victims of Haiti. http://www.msf.fr/

  42. renee says:

    I’ve relisted a bunch of retired but wildly popular poster sized prints. They’re $30 each and $25 of each sale will go to Doctors without Borders and Architecture for Humanity.

  43. Cristin says:

    I am donating 90% of my proceeds to http://www.growinghopeforhaiti.org

    cristinrae.etsy.com

  44. Thanks for this.

    I am donating 15% off all profits from my online sales through Jan 21 to Haiti relief efforts.
    http://www.betsyandiya.etsy.com

  45. robyn says:

    i’ve got a hat pattern that i’ve got for sale, and 100% of the proceeds are going to Doctors Without Borders for their relief efforts.

    http://www.onehundredhats.org/haiti

  46. Hi there! I’m hosting 50% off every item sold in my shop until Jan 31.

  47. Heather says:

    Several hundred Etsy shops have come together to create http://www.heartsforhaiti.etsy.com. Artists have donated goods to sell in the new shop which is giving 100% of proceeds to Doctors without Borders. More than $3000 has been raised in 2.5 days. Artists from all over the world are working together to keep the shop updated 24 hours a day!

  48. I’ll donate $15 for every item purchased on Feisty Elle from now to the end of this month to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund. http://www.feistyelle.com

  49. hello, just like to share that 25% of sales from my Valentines prints will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.
    http://www.claudiagpearson.etsy.com
    And thanks Victoria for putting such a great list together.

  50. Galit says:

    Through January 31st, 50% of all sales from my shops Slow Lane and Slow Lane DP will be donated to the Doctors without Borders.org and their Emergency Relief Fund.

    This is amazing to see all the artist and craters who joined this effort!

  51. neila says:

    for sure the Mama to Mama project from Soulemama should be one of the first of your list.
    they did a wonderful job already last year to craft and organize helb for haitian children. please visit http://www.soulemama.com/mama_to_mama/

  52. Kevin says:

    I am donating 75% of the sale of this “Red for Haiti” style of bracelet to an undetermined Haiti Relief organization.

    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=39307930

    (Any suggestions on where I should donate the money raised?)

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