Friday, August 28, 2009

Week Six- Wow!

Wow. That Medika Mamba stuff really works!
Every week these cuties look better and better.

We will have some new fun necklaces for sale soon and some information about the cool new Etsy Scroller, featured on the left side of this blog, that was designed for Artists For Hope and donated to us to raise money for the Rescue Center. For a $10 donation, this Etsy scroller can be yours too! Click HERE for more info and be sure to tell those Etsy lovers in your life so we can send more money to Haiti. :)

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The Boys

Week 5!!!
We were told that it is getting much harder to take their pictures now that they are feeling so much better and starting to become more active. What a great problem, right?

A few of us involved with Artists For Hope will be visiting the Rescue Center the end of November and I'm hoping we'll get to hold these babies and see firsthand how much the Medika Mamba has changed their lives. Amazing stuff!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Week 4 On Medika Mamba

Together the boys gained 3.5 lbs this week. We love Medika Mamba!

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Thanks Joey!

Artist Joey Breed has once again generously donated to help the children at the Rescue Center. We have some beautiful jewelry and fun painted wine glasses for sale now here. They would make wonderful gifts or they would be a great way to treat yourself while also helping change the lives of the kids in Haiti.

Be sure to check out her other creations at the Painted Pineapple!

Go Medika Mamba!

These four little cuties were lucky enough to be put on the Medika Mamba program. This progression has taken place after only 3 weeks! The difference you can see even between week one and two is amazing. This "Peanut Butter Medicine" really does work and the money we raise will allow more children to receive it.

Did you know it only costs about $6 a week for these children to be on the program? If you purchase something or donate what it would cost for you to go out for lunch, you're providing life saving medicine for a child. You aren't just sitting back and wishing there weren't starving children in our're DOING something about it.

There is a Haitian Proverb Men anpil chay pa lou, which mean Many Hands Make the Load Lighter. If everyone does even a little bit to make the suffering of others better, a LOT can be accomplished!