♥HeART for Haiti:closed temporarily for organizing

Artful contirbutions for a cause. Let us join together and help

Recent Work

  • The point of my heart by KazM
  • Dining by Richard Murch
  • moonlight over the caribbean  by S .
  • All Saints Anglican Church, Condoblin, NSW by Jan Stead JEMproductions
  • Beach Montage.... : Lovers Key  by Elizabeth Rodriguez
  • " dont forget Haiti" by Cecilie Hole
  • haiti boy by Cecilie Hole
  • " dont forget Haiti" boy1 by Cecilie Hole
  • Haiti girl by Cecilie Hole
  • TON DOS by ArtLacoque
  • Prehistoric by Richard Murch
  • Evening Time by Richard Murch

About This Group

Welcome To a Heart for Haiti.

This group has been formed in the hopes that as fellow friends and artists we can somehow reach, with our creative hearts, minds and hands, a place to speak for the nation of Haiti. We might find expression through the form of words, 2 dimensional works, photography, poetry, essays and forums.

Our vision is to gather a group of like-minded artists who feel a need to help Haiti and are finding ways of doing so.

Helene Ruiz is organizing a raffle of artwork for Haiti

The following organizations are groups where we feel able to place our trust in

The Salvation Army

and Yele.org

and Doctors without Borders

This blog for Haiti
can be accessed for information, comments, discussions, and places to go for Haiti

Banner Designed by Helen Bascom with public domain images of the coat of arms of Haiti

Members could designate one art work each month, or more if they feel so, to the cause and donate a percentage (or 100%) of their profit to the organization of their choice. We will be listing reputable organizations as we find them.

Let us work towards this goal together.

From the New York Times

One of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, Haiti in recent years has struggled with problems ranging from near-constant political upheaval, health crises, severe environmental degradation and an annual barrage of hurricanes.

On Jan. 12, 2010, a massive earthquake struck Haiti, reducing much of its capital to rubble. It was the worst earthquake in the region in more than 200 years. A preliminary assessment from Haiti’s government put the body count at 150,000 on Jan. 23. The devastation created serious obstacles to those attempting to deliver promised foreign aid.

See the group rules and join this group here

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