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African Wax Print Bag / African Wax Print Makeup Pouch / Versatile Bag - PAPAYA & CO - #HAITICHERIE

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#HAITICHERIE

A Versatile 11"x5" pouch in vibrant fabric that you can give as a gift or use as a makeup bag or pencil case. Whatever the case may be, I'm sure you will easily find a use for it.

These pouches are special to us, we will be donating $10 of the $20 purchase to Food For The Poor.

We are more than happy to announce that we raised $1477.00 for Direct Relief in 2016. Join us on our journey in 2017.

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Oct 2016: We initially wanted to re-launch our clothing line in November and had planned photoshoots and a whole social media campaign but now we are now putting that on hold. My country needs help.

Many of you are aware of the hurricane that wrecked havoc in Haiti last week. Haiti is a country that never really got to recover from the earthquake 6 years ago and now this.

3 years ago, I had the privilege of going to my father's hometown, a tiny village in Haiti's south called Ka Cotton, outside of the city Des Cayes. I got to meet some of my ancestors and family members for the first time, people who never believed that they would ever get to see my father's children. It was such a humbling experience to see where my father and his family were born and grew up. I spent time in the village, played with the kids, bathed in the river and just lived as my father had.

My dad got a phone call yesterday from his brother in Haiti who told him the village of his youth is gone. Homes that had stood through generations and countless hurricanes, gone. Devastation was the emotion I heard in my uncle's voice and it left my father stunned.

I'm stunned. So I'm doing the only thing I can do to help. Sew.

Here at PAPAYA & CO, our mission is to help those in need. We don't want to take part in the poverty porn that the media likes to present but this is a crisis situation. People have lost everything. We will be selling our PAPAYA makeup pouch for $20 and donating $5 from each sale to @directrelief, an emergency medical relief nonprofit.

If you choose to donate elsewhere, please make sure to do your research.

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Thank you for your order!

Lynn Sainté
#HAITICHERIE

A Versatile 11"x5" pouch in vibrant fabric that you can give as a gift or use as a makeup bag or pencil case. Whatever the case may be, I'm sure you will easily find a use for it.

These pouches are special to us, we will be donating $10 of the $20 purchase to Food For The Poor.

We are more than happy to announce that we raised $1477.00 for Direct Relief in 2016. Join us on our journey in 2017.

-------------------

Oct 2016: We initially wanted to re-launch our clothing line in November and had planned photoshoots and a whole social media campaign but now we are now putting that on hold. My country needs help.

Many of you are aware of the hurricane that wrecked havoc in Haiti last week. Haiti is a country that never really got to recover from the earthquake 6 years ago and now this.

3 years ago, I had the privilege of going to my father's hometown, a tiny village in Haiti's south called Ka Cotton, outside of the city Des Cayes. I got to meet some of my ancestors and family members for the first time, people who never believed that they would ever get to see my father's children. It was such a humbling experience to see where my father and his family were born and grew up. I spent time in the village, played with the kids, bathed in the river and just lived as my father had.

My dad got a phone call yesterday from his brother in Haiti who told him the village of his youth is gone. Homes that had stood through generations and countless hurricanes, gone. Devastation was the emotion I heard in my uncle's voice and it left my father stunned.

I'm stunned. So I'm doing the only thing I can do to help. Sew.

Here at PAPAYA & CO, our mission is to help those in need. We don't want to take part in the poverty porn that the media likes to present but this is a crisis situation. People have lost everything. We will be selling our PAPAYA makeup pouch for $20 and donating $5 from each sale to @directrelief, an emergency medical relief nonprofit.

If you choose to donate elsewhere, please make sure to do your research.

-------------------

Thank you for your order!

Lynn Sainté

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(6)
Reviewed by Racquel English
5 out of 5 stars
28 Nov, 2017
The print is beautiful and the quality of the fabric is wonderful. Love this scarf!
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Reviewed by cuvsears
5 out of 5 stars
07 Aug, 2017
Beautiful print with vibrant colours! Great customer service and was able to schedule local pick up. Highly recommended vendor :)
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Reviewed by funke50
5 out of 5 stars
09 Jun, 2017
I absolutely love my skirt from Papaya & Co. Lynn went out of her way to help create and finish my skirt in a timely manner. She also gave me important care instructions for the upkeep of the skirt. I fit me perfectly without any alterations. I highly recommend Papaya & Co.! Their items are beautiful and Lynn was incredible from start to finish!
Listing for Funke

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African Wax Print Bag / African Wax Print Makeup Pouch / Versatile Bag - PAPAYA & CO - #HAITICHERIE

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