Thursday, May 20, 2010

PRISM and "Hope for Haiti Now"

Head over to the "Hope For Haiti Now" Tent Sale. Journey McLaglen is participating in this event to raise funds for those in need in Haiti. Please stop by and shop at this event as there are other marvelous designers that have donated to help to raise funds. Each designer has created a special outfit that will be offered at this event only with all funds going towards this cause.

Here is the lovely dress that Journey McLaglen has created for this event.

About Hope For Haiti Now:

100% of the donations received by Hope For Haiti Now will be distributed among its partners and will go directly to relief organizations on the ground in Haiti. No administrative costs or other program expenses are charged by "Hope for Haiti Now."

The goal of Hope for Haiti Now is to raise funds for Haiti relief efforts and deliver that support as quickly and responsibly as possible. Its partner organizations have been working on the ground in Haiti for years. Every charity is an established tax-exempt nonprofit organization. These partners are well-respected within the nongovernmental organization (NGO) community and have a long-standing and productive relationship with either MTV Networks, CNN or George Clooney. The organizations will also continue to collaborate with each other. In response to the crisis in Haiti, The Clinton Bush Haiti Relief Fund, was recently co-created by Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush at the request of President Barack Obama, to fulfill unmet needs in the region and improve quality of life over the long term.

Hope for Haiti Now is a fund held with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization based in California. EIF is a 68-year-old non-profit organization that has raised millions of dollars to address health, education and other issues on behalf of the entertainment industry. EIF meets all 20 U.S. Better Business Bureau Standards and has also handled large-scale fundraising efforts like American Idol's "Idol Gives Back" and Stand Up 2 Cancer. On a pro bono basis, EIF is providing due diligence and philanthropic support for "Hope for Haiti Now" to ensure proper fiduciary oversight and administration of all donated funds.

Donations made to "Hope for Haiti Now" will benefit these nonprofit organizations to provide Haiti earthquake relief:

The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund:
United Nations World Food Programme:
Oxfam America:
Partners in Health: or
Red Cross:
Yele Haiti Foundation:

For additional information please visit:

Project Tents HAITI Landing Points

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