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Jan 13

A year after the massive earthquake in Haiti, many of the people affected are still without shelter or the help they need.  We donated our portion of proceeds from fund raising shirts to Doctors without Borders (Obey’s portion of sales went to Artists for Peace & Justice).  Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is holding an online event tonight called A Year in Action to answer questions about their medical programs in Haiti.

Hear first-hand testimonies from some of MSF’s medical aid workers, and ask them your questions about the reality on the ground after the devastating earthquake, during the autumn flooding, and now during the current cholera outbreak.

Panel Event Featuring:

Sophie Delaunay, Executive Director of MSF-USA
Dr. Greg Elder,
Medical Deputy Desk Manager for Haiti
Michelle Mays,
MSF Nurse with two assignments in Haiti in 2010
Jason Cone,
Director of Communication for MSF-USA

Thursday, January 13, 2011 from 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM (ET)

Click the image above or register here to take part in the online discussion.

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May 05

We just got a thank you from Doctors without Borders.   Proceeds from sales of  Haiti shirts from Obey and Junk Food allowed us a make a decent donation, and we wanted to pass the message of thanks along.  Please consider purchasing a shirt if you haven’t already…Obey shirts also benefit Artists for Peace & Justice.

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Jan 26

If you didn’t get a chance to attend the Youth Run 4 Haiti, you can still help out by purchasing a Help Haiti tokidoki leopard shirt (as seen on Josh Duhamel) for $25.  All proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross.  Both men’s and women’s shirts are available at the Melrose tokidoki store and online here.

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