Thursday, January 14, 2010

Helping Haiti

A 7.0 earthquake hit southern Haiti on Tuesday causing catastrophe in the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere. Damage and destruction is widespread, with casualties and death toll not yet known.

Wee Bit Trendy and S.W.A.G. (Sharp With Art Group) have joined forces to help the earthquake victims in Haiti. We will be auctioning off paintings and baby products with full proceeds going to Haiti, they will be set up on Ebay with the help of, so that you are 100% sure the proceeds are going directly to the organization. We are also donating food, clothing and funds.

In the meantime, we have compiled a small list of LEGITIMATE ORGANIZATIONS that need our help. Money is not the only thing needed, so is food, clothing and supplies.

Also, if you would like to help us help them OR if you know other ways we can help, please just post a comment or contact us –  or  This is not the only way we plan to help Haiti and not the only thing we plan to do.


The Afya Foundation

The Afya Foundation is honored and determined to provide assistance in the active relief efforts for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti on Tuesday January 12, 2010. At this time we are looking for the following items to fill desperately needed containers of supplies.

We ask for supplies to be sent to

Attn: Haiti Relief
510 Nepperhan Ave
Yonkers, NY 10701.

Equally important is our capacity to ship these supplies to Haiti. In order for containers to arrive safely and be distributed to the correct individuals we rely on your monetary aid contributions to ship. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you all for your continued support. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Urgently needed supplies:
• Sheets
• Blankets
• Sleeping bags
• Towels
• Closed Toed Shoes
• Clothing
• Water Purification Tablets
• Electrolyte Tablets
• Water Small Water Buckets
• Ensure (or any liquid food supplement)
• Respiratory Masks
• Personal Care Items
• Gauze
• Bandages
• IV cannuals
• Syringes
• Gloves
• Needles
• Ringers
• Hand Sanitizer
• Topical Antiseptic
• Casting Materials
• Cotton

Please be advised that the Afya Foundation cannot accept supplies which are expired or less than 5 months from expiration.
Haiti Visiion

If you would like to contribute in other ways, we also accept clothing and/or food. Please contact them for shipping instructions. The current unrest in Haiti is now burdening people more than ever! The struggle for the simplest necessities such as food, water and clothing are becoming harder everyday. With your generous donation, Haiti Vision will spread the light of your heart to the people in the most need. Remember that it's written. "Above all things have charity, which is the bond of perfection." and in tough economic times charity surely requires dedication. At Haiti Vision, Inc., we use our dedication and your surplus to give hope and life to needy people

Please send your donations to:
Haiti Vision, Inc.
1506 Broadway, Suite 2
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Fax: (561) 840-9218
Yéle Haiti

A grassroots movement that builds global awareness for Haiti while helping to transform the country through programs in education, sports, the arts and environment. Yéle’s community service programs include food distribution and mobilizing emergency relief. Grammy-Award winning musician, humanitarian and Goodwill Ambassador to Haiti Wyclef Jean founded Yéle Haiti in 2005.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Christopher Campbell Scholarship Fund

Wee Bit Trendy is big on giving back to the community, supporting our community and we are big on those who give back to the community as well.

We'd like to tell you about Christopher Campbell. Christopher Paul Campbell was an active participant in the CYO, both academically and athletically, while attending Easton Catholic Elementary School and Notre Dame High School. In high school, Christopher was a member of the National Honor Society and St. Bernard's Youth Group. He volunteered at Miller Blood Center, worked at Jack Creek Steakhouse, and played on a CYO high school basketball team.

Christopher graduated from Notre Dame High School in 2003, and continued his studies at the University of Sciences in Philadelphia. Christopher loved life to the fullest and we honor his life-long love of learning.

In spite of his Cystic Fibrosis, Christopher celebrated life and the opportunities that education brings. Christopher would want other students to have th same opportunity. Chris' family and friends decided to honor his memory and created The Christopher Paul Campbell Memorial Scholarship Fund.

For more information regarding the Scholarship Fund,please visit the website at:

There is a fundraiser being held to benefit the scholarship fund.
For Love of Life Tournament
The ideas behind the Tournament are two-fold. One is to commemorate the life of Christopher Campbell through a sport he loved. We celebrate with a youth basketball tournament that provides a variety of participants with a fun and exciting opportunity to shine in the spotlight.The second opportunity is to raise funds to provide memorial scholarships in Christopher's name.

For more information on the tournament click here:

Be sure to check out the Facebook Group!

Please support!

Thanks in advance!

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