Hairlista Inc. Set To Help Haiti Earthquake Victims - You Can Help!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Since the devastating earthquake (7.0-magnitude) hit Haiti on January 12th 2010, I've been thinking of ways to donate extra money to help the people of Haiti. It has also come to my attention that another earthquake (magnitude-6.1) hit Haiti today. This truly breaks my heart.

A member of Hairlista left me a note asking for us Hairlistas to pull together and make a contribution some how, some way. I whole-heartedly agreed with her!!

From Jan 20th to March 20th 2010, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Hairlista Inc. T-Shirts & Tote bags will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross to benefit & support relief efforts in Haiti—providing medical support, clean water, food and shelter to people who have lost everything.

When purchasing a T-shirt or Tote bag, not only are you representing Hairlista Inc. and investing in your Hair Care Journey, but you are also helping the millions people who have been affected by this disaster, and those who are now left homeless.

Let's pull together and do our part. Your help is needed!

If you prefer to donate directly, here are some organizations to consider:

• The Red Cross is taking donations via text messages. Text the word HAITI to the number 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross relief efforts. It'll show up on your phone bill. Or donate online at or

• Doctors Without Borders is asking for donations to help the emergency response teams in Haiti. Donate with a debit or credit card at

• Catholic Relief Services is responding to the aftermath of the massive earthquake that struck near the capital of Port au Prince.

• UNICEF is seeking donations to the ongoing emergency relief efforts in Haiti and the Caribbean region through or call 1-800-4UNICEF.

• The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) -- the natural disaster relief arm of the OAS -- is asking people who want to donate to visit its special relief website

• Food For The Poor is a Christian relief agency headquartered in Coconut Creek. Donate over the phone at 1-800-487-1158 or online at


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  1. Awesome! I was on the fence about buying anything and this is going to be the first thing I buy when I get paid next week. I've already donated but I wanted to do it again. :)

  2. What percentage are you donating from the sale of totes and t-shirts?