Haiti's Hand Print

Spread the word. Share the work. Give an opportunity to a Haitian student to attend University as well as empowering the work of our artisans.

Double stranded necklace

22.50
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Double stranded necklace

22.50

Necklace, recycling cereal boxes

Approximate size: 12.5 inches long

Every Saturday students of TeacHaiti grades 7-college  come to the School of Hope and help make jewelry. We recycle a variety of paper products, including magazines, calendars, brochures, newspaper, and cereal boxes to make jewelry.  Please keep in mind that "No two items are exactly alike which makes you piece truly unique." 

Investing in the future
Sadly, students who are privileged enough to finish high school in Haiti oftentimes find it impossible to attend college. Less than 1% of high school graduates attend college due to lack of funding. It is our goal to help these students reach their dreams and help them exercise their God-given minds and talents to make a difference for themselves, their families and their country. Therefore, we have started a college fund for the TeacHaiti students where the other half of the proceeds made from the jewelry program go into a specific college fund in order to help them attend post-secondary education. You can help more TeacHaiti students go to College by getting involved.

 

 

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Necklace, recycling cereal boxes

Approximate size: 12.5 inches long

Every Saturday students of TeacHaiti grades 7-college  come to the School of Hope and help make jewelry. We recycle a variety of paper products, including magazines, calendars, brochures, newspaper, and cereal boxes to make jewelry.  Please keep in mind that "No two items are exactly alike which makes you piece truly unique." 

Investing in the future
Sadly, students who are privileged enough to finish high school in Haiti oftentimes find it impossible to attend college. Less than 1% of high school graduates attend college due to lack of funding. It is our goal to help these students reach their dreams and help them exercise their God-given minds and talents to make a difference for themselves, their families and their country. Therefore, we have started a college fund for the TeacHaiti students where the other half of the proceeds made from the jewelry program go into a specific college fund in order to help them attend post-secondary education. You can help more TeacHaiti students go to College by getting involved.