This week, local screen printers Burlesque of North America, photographer Eliesa Johnson, Nelle Handbags and others are giving a portion of the money for their products to the relief efforts in Haiti.
Friday: Nelle Handbags for Haiti
Locally-designed handbag line Nelle Handbags is donating 30 percent of every purchase made at NelleHandbags.com will be donated to Vision of Hope Ministries Haitian Earthquake Relief Fund on Friday, January 29 for one day only. Visit NelleHandbags.com for more information.
Through Monday: Burlesque Poster Auction for Haiti
What: Burlesque of North America screen printers have donated some of their screen prints to the Soul Strut Heatrocks for Haiti online auction, a sale of records, merchandise and memorabilia with all the proceeds going to charity. Bidding ends Monday, January 25. Burlesque's poster auction is here, and the rest of the auction items can be browsed here.
Foat Design donates to Haiti
What: Through today (Monday, January 25), local yogawear company Foat Design is donating 10 percent of purchases made online to Haiti relief efforts.
When: Through Jan. 25
Through Saturday: Key North Sale Away Event
What: We love shopping with a cause. Save 20 to 70 percent on selected items at eco-friendly Northeast boutique Key North’s annual Sale Away Event. Bonus: the shop will donate 10 percent of profits from the sale to Haitian earthquake relief efforts, and all unsold sale items will also go to Haiti. You can bring in your own new or gently used clothes to add to the shipment. (Jan. 23-30. 515 1st Ave. NE., Mpls. 612-455-6666.)
Ongoing: Photogen-inc. book for Haiti
Local photographer Eliesa Johnson of Photogen-inc. is selling her photography book The Film [Camera] Book with all proceeds going toward Haiti relief efforts. Check out her video explaining why in the above video. The book retails for $60 at Photogen-inc.com.