Etsy sellers are now supporting Watsi by donating proceeds of their sales directly to patients. We’re thrilled that these artists are using their talent and creativity to help fund healthcare around the world. This week, we are excited to announce partnerships with two incredible Etsy shop-owners:
Shreya (HennaForCharity) creates handmade henna shoes. Each pair is unique, and Shreya donates 100% of her profits to organizations that promote children’s education and health. This week, Shreya’s donation went to Phoebe, a 5-year-old girl from Kenya who will undergo surgery for a brain tumor. You can check out Shreya’s work on Instagram and Facebook!
Mina (TheMiniDelights) creates food jewelry, and launched a Watsi line in her shop where 100% of profits go directly to Watsi patients through our Universal Fund. Mina is a senior in high school, and is passionate about providing health services around the world. Check out her Etsy shop here!
We are always looking to partner with Etsy sellers interested in helping us directly fund healthcare around the world. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to get involved.
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