Thursday, December 22, 2016

A Macy's Heart of Haiti Holiday

Holiday time is about spending time with family, loved ones and making memories. Yes there is gift giving, gatherings and more. One way that Macy's is helping spread opportunities for local artists of Haiti is by providing a sustainable income for those in need. Let me tell you what this all means and how you are able to 'give back' this holiday season.

Recently Haiti experienced a hurricane this year and a devastating earthquake in 2010. Macy's made the bold decision to carry a product line made by local artisans of Haiti. Again that was in 2010, it wasn't easygoing back then. Today, seven years later, the products are still being sold. That is just wonderful. I was gifted a Heart of Haiti product. A lovely snowflake ornament. It is a handcrafted product which makes it that much more unique.

If you didn't know, Haiti is a country rich in the arts. The product line offers home décor with many decorative options. I put the ornament right atop my Christmas tree. It resembles a star to me. It makes the Macy's Heart of Haiti idea stay fresh in my mind every time I see it. The trade-not-aid concept is an opportunity to make a difference. So when purchasing gifts this holiday season consider giving something from the product line. With Macy's Heart of Haiti, people are employed and can make a livelihood.

Here is where to purchase from the Gifts That Give Hope Collection, simply click the link www.macys.com/giftsthatgivehope. Also this video tells the story of the Macy's Heart of Haiti link so give it a view as well. I now have a new piece to add to my ornament collection. A yearly tradition is born as the snowflake ornament will be my tree topper. Happy Holidays to all.



*I was gifted a product from the Macy's Heart of Haiti line however all the thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.


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