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Wednesday, January 13

America helps Haiti post Earthquake

Haiti suffered a terrible earthquake and the world is rallying to help the impoverished nation. Fashiona is imploring all fashionistas and fashionistos everywhere to put those summer clothes that you don't need to good use, remember Haiti is close to the equator.   She will add to this post as she hears of opportunities.


In Atlanta:

MONDAY, JANUARY 18TH, 6pm - 10pm

Hosted by Urban Suite Ent and AW Media Group , The FIX is a weekly a celebration, relaxation and recognition event for Atlanta's industry professionals. We will foster an atmosphere of authentic networking while promoting emerging and established industry brands and businesses.

The FIX will be collecting gently used clothing, shoes and accessories for the Haiti Relief Effort. The FIX will also have printed information regarding monetary donations and government contact centers.

Urban chic attire is required. We ARE the industry, let's look like it! As always, complimentary admission visit our new website: www.thefixatlanta.com

**$5 appetizers and $5 cosmos**


101 Marietta St.

corner of Marietta and Spring St.

Atlanta GA 30303


Through Friday January 15, 2009:

Fashion Philanthropy is a women owned on-line boutique based in Richmond, VA. Their mission is to provide their clients with unique fashion options from a carefully selected group of designers who are charitable, socially responsible and/or eco friendly and sustainable in their practices. With each purchase, the client is usually able to select a charity of their choice among Fashion Philanthropy's list and 10% of their total will go to that charity. In support of Haiti's relief efforts, they are donating 100% of profits on sales at www.philanthrofashion.com now through midnight Friday PST.



In New York:

Thank Barbara from Babara Campbell Accessories   @BC_Accessories for tweeting this:

As of yesterday, you  can drop off clothing, canned goods and/or monetary donations  for  Yele Haiti at  Brooklyn's
Pieces Boutique 671 Vanderbilt Ave@ Park Pl (One of Fashiona's favorite boutiques)


In Atlanta:

Thanks Mr.Daniel Dickey, PR guru and R & B Singer

Wax Wednesday Tonight, Wednesday Jan 13 at 7pm Bring bottled water, SUMMER CLOTHES, 1st aid items, diapers etc to WAXGLOBAL @ 2160 Monroe Dr. Atlanta, GA 30324
twitter tags #ATL4HAITI, #WAXGLOBAL


In Miami:
Thanks Afrobella, wonderful beauty blogger.  If you're in Miami donate to Jakmel Art Gallery 7646 Biscayne Blvd. Bring nonperishable foods, clothes or write a check to Papaloko4Kids Inc.

For anybody with  a cell phone:

Haiti native Wyclef Jean, is collecting donations to help those affected by the Haiti earthquake through his foundation Yéle Haiti.  His website: http://www.yele.org/ is down at the moment but do please keep checking.

"I cannot stress enough what a human disaster this is, and idle hands will only make this tragedy worse. The over 2 million people in Port-au-Prince tonight face catastrophe alone. We must act now."
~Wyclef Jean

Via Twitter, he asked Twitter World to help in the Haiti disaster relief effort by texting "Yele" to 501501. This donates $5 to the Yéle Haiti Foundation, automatically charged to your cell phone bill.

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