Support Heart of Haiti this Mothers Day

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I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere has provided me with product from the Macy’s Heart of Haiti collection as compensation for this post about OFEDA. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own.

Heart of Haiti ArtistI’ve been a big fan of the Heart of Haiti program that Macy’s supports for a long time. I blogged about Heart of Haiti  it when it first started. If you aren’t familiar with the program (which has expanded a lot since I first wrote about it) they are products made by Haitian artisans, such as jewelry, wooden bowls and picture frames. It’s a great way to buy a beautiful piece and support the artist who made it after the terrible earthquake in 2010. 

This year to celebrate Mother’s Day we are supporting the women of OFEDA and Macy’s Heart of Haiti. From now until June 1st, if you purchase an item from Macy’s Heart of Haiti, simply send us your receipt and EVERYWHERE will match your purchase with a donation to OFEDA.

 The fantastic selection of Jewelry would make a great Mother’s Day gift that you can feel double great about! By purchasing a Heart of haiti product (on sale til 5/5) you can help support mother’s in Haiti. Visit to see all the great products.

For every product you purchase, send your receipt to and EVERYWHERE will match your purchase price with a donation to the OFEDA. 

If you are sending your receipt via snail mail, please send to: Everywhere, 154 Krog Street Suite 130, Atlanta, GA 30307 

To learn more about the OFEDA, please visit their website at www.ofeda.orgheart-of-haiti

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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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