Monday, September 28, 2009

Recycling at the Next Level

The Hunger Site in partnership with NOVICA and in association with National Geographic, is offering:
. . . artists and artisans around the world a global platform to express their true artistic talents and to spur their creativity. And, we want to provide you with access to unique, hard-to-find items at great values that only the Internet infrastructure can allow.


I am no fashionista, but I think this purse is beautiful. It is incredible that someone detached all the pop-tops from aluminum cans and then crocheted this beautiful, fully-lined purse. The purse is $189.95. This is just an example of the recycled items you may find on the pages of the Hunger Site.

Depending upon the page from which you buy the purse: your purchase will fund 300 cups of food (Hunger site), six children's books (Literacy site), health services to save or improve the lives of 54 children (Child Health site), six percent of a mammogram (Breast Cancer site), 13,740 SF (Rain Forest site) or 168 bowls of food for animals living in sanctuaries and shelters (Animal Rescue site).

Take a look today at the many recycled and handcrafted items in the Novia/ National Geographic section of the Hunger Site. All items purchased fund help for others in this world.



khaled said...

Frankly, I'm glad you continue to write feature articles that I have not found in any other blog

Joni Capi said...

I like the hunger site, it is a good program. Keep up your hard work.

CyberCelt said...

@khaled-Thank you for stopping by.

@joni-Thank you.

Anonio Matias said...

Hehe, nice it's a purse. Had to read in the post to be able to see. But yeah i agree looks pretty nice now when I know what it is. Thought it was a fountain first ;)


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