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The Indie Community has made a difference!

When Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast with devastating effects, forcing hundreds of thousands out of their homes, the independent design community wanted to do something to help. Through a unique partnership with several major shopping websites (including MyCicy.com, Craftster, StyleBakery, Lifestyle Daily, IndieShopping.com , The Switchboards, The Sampler, Weekly Market, Colorteck Hosting, Buss Buss, Bust Magazine, and Fashion Fixx) and the generosity of crafters across the globe, we set out to raise funds to assist those in need.

All of the proceeds were donated to the Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund, which provided hot meals to victims and rescue workers, as well as providing other much needed assistance such as shelter, medical needs and even therapy for victims…

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  • Joined August 29, 2005

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About

The Indie Community has made a difference!

When Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast with devastating effects, forcing hundreds of thousands out of their homes, the independent design community wanted to do something to help. Through a unique partnership with several major shopping websites (including MyCicy.com, Craftster, StyleBakery, Lifestyle Daily, IndieShopping.com , The Switchboards, The Sampler, Weekly Market, Colorteck Hosting, Buss Buss, Bust Magazine, and Fashion Fixx) and the generosity of crafters across the globe, we set out to raise funds to assist those in need.

All of the proceeds were donated to the Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund, which provided hot meals to victims and rescue workers, as well as providing other much needed assistance such as shelter, medical needs and even therapy for victims.

Our initial goal was to raise $1,000 and, at the end of the fundraiser, we raised nearly $25,000!

We are also grateful to each of the shops that have donated their handcrafted items to make this possible!

A special thank you goes out to each and every person who made this amazing fundraiser such a success! We hope that, should the need arise again, everyone will remember this wonderful effort and come together once again as Crafters United.

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