Sewcial Graces: Macy's Heart of Haiti

Soooo, Mother's Day is tomorrow. And you haven't figured out just the right gift for that special woman in your life. 

No fear, The Sewcialite is here with the best idea ever.

Why don't you consider purchasing gifts that give back from Macy's Heart of Haiti?

These beautiful items are handcrafted by Haitian artists. And the profits from these sales are used to support families, repair homes, and buy food and clothing--much needed after the devastating earthquake of 2010 that threatened to destroy this beautiful country.

Plus, the items are gorgeous! 

Here are a few of my personal faves:

Pendant Necklace Collection

Geo Horn Earrings

Black & White Horn Ring

Want.It.All (and your mother will too)

And that's not all. By supporting Heart of Haiti, you'll not only give your mother a beautiful and meaningful gift, you'll also be supporting mothers in Haiti. For every purchase you make, my friends over at Everywhere will match your purchase price with a donation to OFEDA (Max. donation $1000)! 

OFEDA is a group of women displaced by the earthquake (you can also find out more info by clicking the link above). These women persevered and tapped into their entrepreneurial spirit in order to create products like greeting cards and soaps to sell. Sadly, they are in danger of losing their homes once again. But you can make a difference! 

Everywhere will continue this campaign until June 1st, so you've even got time to get a little something for yourself for a great cause.

To participate, send your receipt(s) to

Or, if you prefer to use snail mail, send your receipts to:

154 Krog Street, Suite #130
Atlanta, GA 30307

By purchasing Heart of Haiti products, you will be directly helping Haitian artisans by supporting a sustainable economy. It truly is the perfect way Mother's Day gift. I know Mom would be proud.

*And when your mother is blown away by the thoughtfulness of this year's gift, you can come back here and thank me ;-)

This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for my participation. The opinions expressed are my own.

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