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January 15, 2010

ttF Fashion Diary: Helping Haiti

ttF Fashion Staples Series January 15

ttF Fashion Staples Series Diary: Helping Haiti
Random spot to take a photo, I know. But I had to deposit money into my checking account today so I could donate to the Art Creation Foundation for Children. An old friend of my mother’s started this charity back in 2000 to help children in Jacmel, Haiti with education and personal growth. Their building is one of the few structures still standing after the devastating earthquake so they’ve become a central aid point in Jacmel.  You can donate online via their website, www.artforhaitianchildren.org or through their Facebook page. Or, send a check to Art Creation Foundation For Children, c/o Judy Hoffman, Profile Marketing Research, 4020 South 57 Ave #101, Lake Worth, Florida 33463. You’ll be touched by the updates of what the charity is doing to help during this time of crisis.

Max Studio dress, Cole Haan boots, ESQ watch, Urban Outfitters locket necklace,Versace sunglasses

Fashion Staples Used: Men’s Watch

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