Published on March 22nd, 2011 | by Becky Striepe7
Japan Earthquake Relief: Crafters Give Back
As I see more and more photos and reports coming out of Japan, my heart goes out to the people coping with the aftermath of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. The people of Japan need our help and support right now, and the crafty community is doing what it does best: using our crafty skills to make a difference. Here are a few crafters that are reaching out. If you know of others or you’re working on a crafty way to raise money for Japan disaster relief, please tell us in the comments!
- This and That From Japan is a Southern Japanese crafter who is donating 15% of sales in her fabric shop to Japan earthquake relief.
- Pinecone Camp is donating 50% of their March sales to the Red Cross for Japan Earthquake relief.
- Ahpeele is donating 100% of the profit from a special edition Japanese Disaster Relief shirt to the Japanese Red Cross.
- Loop Loft is donating 100% of the sale price of her printed fabric embroidery hoop to Red Cross International
Do you know of other crafters that are giving back for Japan earthquake relief? Please share in the comments!
[Image Credit: Photo via Loop Loft]
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