|Ludnie (on left) and Jeané|
My friend Jeané traveled to Haiti last summer with a group out of The Global Orphan Project. This organization is making a positive difference in the lives of many Haitian orphans.
The group that Jeané traveled with last summer has named themselves "Patchwork." Specifically, this group is working to raise money for various projects at the OTV Village, the orphanage where they stayed and spent a large majority of their time. The goal of Patchwork is to raise $15,000 to build latrines, showers and a soccer field for Ludnie and the other children at the OTV.
Okay, here is where you come in...
You can help Patchwork in their efforts to raise money that will directly benefit an orphanage in Haiti!
I have designed a necklace that I would like to donate to this cause. This week, starting today, I will be holding an online auction right here on my blog! "Ludnie's Hope" necklace will be auctioned off right here all week!
This necklace features various aqua and turquoise colored beads on two strands on flexible beading wire. Each bead is crimped in place and appears to be "floating." The beads used are lucite, imitation phoenix stone, mother of pearl, glass, amazonite, Russian amazonite, and imperial turquoise. The length is 18.5" with a 1.5" extender. This necklace retails at $40.