Thursday, June 17, 2010

A Print For a Dream

We have listed an adorable print created by artist Rose-Nadine who is currently living in Cazale, Haiti on our Etsy site. You can read more about little Rose-Nadine in the post below. We are hoping that by selling these prints we can help bring her family closer to their dream of having their own home. They have been living in a tent since the earthquake and now that Rose-Nadine is so much closer to recovering from her injuries, it is time for them to think about what there life be from now on. We hope that with the help of many, they will no longer be struggling just to get by. Will you help to make their dream a reality? How often can you say you helped someone's dream come true???

You can go HERE to our Etsy site to purchase a 5 x 7 of this beautiful drawing OR you can donate even more on the RHFH website to help this family have a home!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Rose Nadine

I had the opportunity to spend time with Rose Nadine in April while we were in Haiti. Her and her Mom are two of the sweetest people I have ever met. They went through more after the earthquake than I can ever imagine. You can read more about their story on the Rescue Center's Blog and learn how you can help their family have their very own home.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

And The Winners Are...

Congratulations to Cindy~ who won the yellow and green set
mtcmom~ who won the multicolored set!

Please email me at with your info.

Way to go ladies and we hope you love them and have lots of opportunities to talk about where they were made! Thanks to everyone for sharing about Artists For Hope.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

There is Still Time....

There is still time to Blog, Facebook, or Tweet about Artists For Hope so you can be entered to win 2 sets of these fun recycled plastic bracelets lovingly made in Cazale, Haiti.

The Giveaway will end TOMORROW NIGHT and the winner will be announced on Thursday! Good luck to you all and thank you SO much for sharing about these amazing women and the children at the Rescue Center with others so even more people can be given hope. We appreciate it and they appreciate it more than you could ever know!