Craft Hope

Last week, I found Craft Hope. It's a faith-based organization that takes donations of handmade crafts to share with various charities. They have collected pillowcase dresses, dolls, baby blankets, sock monkeys, quilts, and their current project is The Red Scarf project. I am not a knitter, so I was sad that I couldn't help out immediately.

Well, now I found a way to help! In the wake of the earthquake in Haita, Craft Hope set up an Etsy store to raise funds for Doctors without Borders. 100% of the sale goes to the charity. There is no restriction on what you can donate, so I donated one of my Little One Originals onesies. If you are the crafty type and want to help out too, here's how to donate through Craft Hope, or you can go buy something handmade in their Etsy shop.

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  1. […] have looked for ways that we can help with relief efforts (you’ve already seen Jen blog about Craft Hope). A bunch of indie Mac developers, including myself, have decided to respond by donating all of […]

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