A creative way to raise funds
Apart from being a collection of interesting (and occasionally great) posters that support a good cause, the website also invites contributions - which will be put up on the site and offered for sale.
The image at the top of this post is a great poster by Miki Iwaski.
Deadline is May 1st - so get thinking!
Come Together Now - Various Artists (Music City Unites For Haiti)
I almost cried.
“More than 50 musicians got together January 27 at Ocean Way Studios to sing “Come Together Now,” a song to help raise money for the victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti.
The song is now available for download on iTunes.com for $1.25, with all proceeds being donated to the Haitian relief effort.”
(via @InternetHaiti )
Haïti Get Back Up / Ayiti Leve Kanpe / Haiti Levántate
An 8min time capsule of Haiti, Pre/Post Earthquake!
Jean Jean-Pierre and the Dominican Republic Symphonic Orchestra
Conductor: José Antonio Molina
The Dominican Republic National Choir
Conductor: José Enrique Espin
Composer/Producer: Jean Jean-Pierre
Director: Yvetot Gouin
COOL FOR SCHOOL Haitian schoolgirls pray before class at the Sacred Heart of Turgeau School, which is operating out of Unicef tents in Port-au-Prince. Schools across the capital were reopening for the first time since the earthquake. (Photo: Ramon Espinosa / AP via the San Francisco Chronicle)
More than 10 missionaries went to Haiti for one goal and one goal only, help. We got it all on film. Black & White Pictures presents “TENT CITIES”. Five days in Haiti.
Part of a set of images that were supposed to be auctioned at an Oxfam event.
check out the parts I’ve highlighted in bold.
HAVANA, Cuba — When the devastating earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Cuba’s emergency responders didn’t have far to travel. There were already some 350 Cuban medical personnel working…
Check out the spread at the San Lorenzo Valley High School Animal Rights Club Bakesale for Haitian earthquake relief! In just half an hour they raised $233! Santa Cruz County: home of super-awesome vegan activists. I wish I’d known kids as great as you when I was in high school, maybe I would’ve actually attended class. OH WELL.
Congratulations to Friend of Vegansaurus’ and HBiC Beau Broughton, and all the members of the SLVARC for their success!
[photo courtesy SLVARC]
see eleven more pictures at the source, all different and amazing
A bunch of artists have created their own posters based on Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. The event will be held February 18th 2010 from 6:00-9:00pm in Downtown Los Angeles. program will be donated to The American Red Cross to help the victims of the Haiti Earthquake.
‘Renmen’ is the Haitian word for Love, the bird in the logo is the Hispaniolan Trogon, the national bird of Haiti. ‘The Renmen Project’ has been brought together by the team at Thunder Chunky and Ben The Illustrator in order to raise funds for UNICEF’s Haiti Appeal.
“Over the passed weeks we…
A font for Doctors Without Borders.
Font Aid IV: Coming TogetherThe Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA) is proud to announce the release of “Coming Together”, a font created exclusively for Font Aid IV to benefit the victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti. The font consists entirely of ampersands, to represent the idea of people coming together to help one another. Type designers, graphic designers, and other artists from around the world contributed artwork to the font.
The font is being be sold for $20US and is available through font distributors Ascender Fonts, Veer, FontShop, and MyFonts. All proceeds from the sale of the font will go to Doctors Without Borders, to help with their relief efforts in Haiti.