Ukes and Music to Pasajquim

$4,060USD
raised by 36 people in 1 month
109% funded
0 time left
Verified Nonprofit
$3,720 USD goal
Flexible Funding
Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on March 31, 2014
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  • $10USD
    Narrow woven bracelet

    These are colorful and skillfully woven bracelets made by the Zapatista Women's Cooperative in Chiapas, Mexico. Can also be used as a bookmark. We are a 501c3, so your donation is tax deductible!

    Estimated delivery: March 2014

    5 out of 200 claimed

  • $25USD
    Wide Woven Bracelet

    1 1/2" wide beautifully woven bracelet (or bookmark) bought fairtrade from the Zapatista Women's Cooperative in Chiapas. We are a 501c3 non-profit, so you donation is tax-deductible

    Estimated delivery: March 2014

    2 out of 100 claimed

  • $50USD
    Crocheted bag

    Roughly 3x5 inches, each is uniquely crafted by Maria and Mely, artisans of San Pablo la Laguna Guatemala. Colors vary but all are lovely. Your donation is tax deductible.

    Estimated delivery: March 2014

    0 out of 10 claimed

  • $60USD
    set of 6 crocheted coasters

    Beautiful crochet work by Maria and Mely in San Pablo la Laguna. Each like a little mandala. Colors vary. Really, truly fair trade, your donation also benefits this special needs family by providing well paid work. Donations are tax deductible.

    Estimated delivery: May 2014

    0 out of 20 claimed

  • $75USD
    A Virgen de Covadongo bag

    A large, strong, shopping or storage bag made from a flour sack, with all writing in Spanish. Thanks! Your donation is tax deductible.

    Estimated delivery: March 2014

    1 out of 5 claimed

  • $100USD
    Beaded change purse

    Made by Tz'utujil Mayan artisans in Santiago Atitlan, these measure about 3x5 inches, are zippered, and are entirely covered with beadwork in geometric designs. And it's tax deductible

    Estimated delivery: May 2014

    2 out of 25 claimed

  • $500USD
    Corte material.

    Mayan women traditionally wear a kind of wrap around skirt called a corte. They are long rectangles of material, each unique and technically amazing. Woven with natural dyes, they include ikat designs and can be used as tablecloths, wall hangings, or furnituture flourishes or be re-sewn into something you'll wear. Your generous gift is tax deductible.

    Estimated delivery: March 2014

    1 out of 4 claimed

  • $1,000USD
    Jon Kaplan print

    Famed photographer Jon Kaplan's photos of Mayan children are stunning. Matted, this one measures 14x16". It was generously donated to GHA by Mr. Kaplan to be used for fundraising. Thank you, Jon. http://jonkaplan.com/ Your donation is tax deductible.

    Estimated delivery: March 2014

    0 out of 1 claimed

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