Jan 13th, 2010
Haiti Relief shop
UPDATE 1/15: Studio Number One (founded by Shepard Fairey) has generously donated a great Haiti T-shirt design for a special edition $15 T-shirt. 100% of the retail price of this shirt will go to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.
The shirt is available in the Haiti Earthquake Relief shop.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF let us know that $12 can buy 20 packets of high-energy biscuits, developed for malnourished children in emergency situations. $3 can buy bandages, compresses, and other supplies for dressing wounds.
Thank you for your support, and please spread the word!
You can help by shopping our Haiti Relief shop, or by donating** designs to that shop. To donate designs, please send them to: HaitiRelief@cafepress.com.** Proceeds* from the Haiti Relief shop will go directly to The U.S Fund for UNICEF to aid families from Tuesday’s devastating earthquake.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF is providing safe water, temporary shelters, medical supplies and other essentials to displaced children. Emergency efforts are also in place to help reunite orphaned children reunite with families. To donate directly, please visit their donation page.
UNICEF has been working in Haiti since 1949, and has a field office and staff already in place. Their commitment to comprehensive recovery means that your donations will go toward helping communities rebuild, restore livelihoods, and transform young lives affected by this natural disaster. To stay informed on their activities in Haiti, check out their blog and Twitter accounts.
CafePress and The U.S. Fund for UNICEF thank you for your support of the Haitian people.
*Proceeds means the total retail price paid by the consumer minus the cost to manufacture the product. All profits from the sale of products through the Haiti Relief Effort shop will be donated to The U.S. Fund for UNICEF.
**By donating your designs to the Haiti Relief Effort shop you agree that you will not receive any commissions from the sale of products with your design made through the Haiti Relief Effort shop, and you grant CafePress a limited license to create and sell products with your design solely through the Haiti Relief Effort shop.