We are so grateful and thrilled that our Hairclips for Haiti is getting mentioned around the web! This will help us spread the word about efforts being done to help Haiti.
Here's the mention in HCRSourceBook, the official blog of HUDSON'S Childrenswear Review:
"Hair Clips for Haiti is helping to raise funds for the Haitian relief effort by children’s hair accessory company No Slippy Hair Clippy®. “Small business can make a big difference,” says Annie Salyer, the company’s president. “If we pull together and each contribute what we can, I think we’ll create something really powerful.” A portion of the company’s online sales will be donated to UNICEF, supporting the humanitarian efforts of U.S. Fund for UNICEF Ambassador Tea Leoni, and Save the Children® with support for Save the Children® Ambassador Joely Fisher. Please visit http://www.hairclippy.com for more information and the opportunity to contribute."
Another mention at Kids Today Online:
"VACAVILLE, Calif. – Annie Salyer, president of children’s hair accessory company, No Slippy Hair Clippy, has been moved by the disaster in Haiti, and is convinced that small business owners have a vital role to play in its outcome.
“Small business can make a big difference,” she said. “If we pull together and each contribute what we can, I think we’ll create something really powerful.”
In that vein, Salyer started a fund raiser, Hair Clips for Haiti, with a portion of its online sales supporting UNICEF and Save the Children."
If you own a small business like ours, I hope this will be an inspiration on how we can make a big difference if we all work together. If you would like to support the cause, you are more than welcome to do so! Just visit our site :)