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Artist Laurel True Hopes to Brighten the Walls of Mirebalais Hospital in Haiti

TrueMosaicsStudio Helping Out Haiti Photo Credit: www.truemosaics.com

TrueMosaicsStudio Helping Out Haiti Photo Credit: www.truemosaics.com

Although the Haiti- related headlines have dwindled as more timely news occurs, the remnants of devastation from Haiti’s 2010 earthquake is still very much a reality for Hatians. Even though San Francisco is undoubtedly far from the scene, philanthropists and art lovers alike can look to Laurel True of True Mosaics Studio for a worthy life-reviving cause.

Laurel True Photo Credit: www.truemosaics.com

Laurel True Photo Credit: www.truemosaics.com

Soon to be one of the largest hospitals throughout Haiti, the Mirebalais Hospital will be serving hundreds of patients a day in the poorest region of the country. Knowing this, TrueMosaicsStudio banned together in efforts to send their beautiful Mosaics to light up the white walls of this much needed hospital. Without the monetary aid of our community such a worthy cause cannot thrive. So, whether it’s the $40.00 you’d usually spend on an evening out or much more, everything helps. Make your tax- deductible donations today on her website, and help spread the beauty of artistic grace throughout the globe!

 

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