Donating to Haiti


Image from Kay Tita Web Site


If you are looking for an organization to donate to, Kay Tita a socially responsible organization whose focus is to maintain a balance between the economy and the Haitian ecosystems has compiled a list of organizations that your donations will go the furthest with. Kay Tita will also be traveling to Haiti on October 16th with the donations that the organization has collected to provide to the residents of Haiti. 

Haiti which is the third largest country in the Carribean was hit by a catastrophic category four hurricane (Hurricane Matthew) that has claimed the lives of 1,000 residents of Haiti.  

Image from Kay Tita Web Site

More about Kay Tita: 

Kay Tita was created in 2010 after Haiti was struck by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 160,000 and displaced close to 1.5 million people.  The organization was created by David Pierre-Louis, a Seattle native, with Haitian roots who chose to name the organization after his mother, endearingly known by many as “Tita.”  David has converted his mother’s home into a multi-level community resource center. Kay Tita is working closely with the listed organizations and many more to assist in providing much needed items to the residents of Haiti. We will be adding to the list and providing additional information as it comes in. 

1. Sow A Seed

Sow a Seed is a registered 501(c) (3) non-profit, volunteer-based organization that works with struggling orphanages in the Caribbean region, assisting them with food, shelter, education and healthcare. Founded and managed by a team of young Haitian-American professionals, Sow a Seed has been operating since 2004 with the financial support of leading foundations and corporations. The organization also benefits from individual donations.
2. Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation INC

Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation INC, a 501 (c)(3) registered Non-profit organization with volunteers from all over the United States and Haiti. The inspiration for Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation came from the work that Evanne “Man Dodo” Lozama dedicated her life to helping make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate in Haiti.

An emphasis has been placed on feminine hygiene products being at the top of the list of desired donated items.  However you decide to donate, whether it is with your time, money or items it will all make a difference. We encourage you to research any organization, including the ones listed, that you decide to contribute to.

The Return Of Spa Week


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It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, Spa Week. From October 17th-23rd you can enjoy spa treatments (ranging from $100-$500) at an affordable flat rate ($50).  Available nationwide, Spa Week can be enjoyed anywhere. The accessible spa treatments advocate for so much more than elaborate luxury. The week is all about emphasizing the importance of self-care and inspiration. It is the perfect time to renew and reset our often overworked bodies.

“Incorporating spa and wellness practices into your daily regimen will preserve your mental and spiritual wellbeing, help maintain your youthful appearance, aid in managing your stress levels, improve your energy and enhance your life,” Founder of Spa Week, Cheryl Reid said. 

Keep an eye out for our Worthy Approved list of Spa Week treatments and locations.