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Raffle at Heath Ceramics: 100% of Proceeds go to Haiti Relief

Heath is holding a raffle for this Adam Silverman piece (Julie Wolfson/LAist)
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With many local eateries and retailers looking to help out the relief efforts for Haiti, Heath Ceramics has joined the ranks and has two ways to shop and donate over the three-day weekend. In addition to donating 25% of sales from their Sausalito, LA & online stores to Architecture for Humanity’s earthquake reconstruction efforts in Haiti, if you visit the Los Angeles location you can purchase a $10 raffle ticket to win a ceramic piece by Adam Silverman (pictured) and 100% of proceeds go to Architecture for Humanity in Haiti.

Heath explains the pairing:

Why Architecture for Humanity: AFH is a non-profit organization that brings design, construction and development services to communities in need. AFH is expanding their current efforts with Yele Haiti, the local NGO, to provide relief and recovery as well as meaningful long-term reconstruction to the Haitian community. We have an ongoing relationship with Cameron Sinclair, Kate Stohr and the folks at AFH and really believe in their work.

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