To Haiti with Love was an online auction of art, photography, papercrafts, clothing, and creative goods. All proceeds go direct to the St. Joseph's Family of homes for children in Haiti.

The auction opened at 8 AM EST on Monday, February 1, 2010.

The auction closed at midnight EST on Monday, February 8, 2010.

Canadians can donate to St. Joseph's anytime through the online donation page of its Canadian fundraising organization, Broken Wings.

Americans can donate through the online donation page for Hearts with Haiti, the U.S. organization. Either way, your support builds hope.

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Earthquake Devastates St. Joseph Home in Port au Prince

Broken Wings is the Canadian fundraising organization whose primary mission is to support the vision and ministry of the St. Joseph Family in Haiti, which includes the St. Joseph’s Home for Boys in Port-au Prince, Wings of Hope in Fermathe, and Trinity House in Jacmel.

Orphans caring for orphans: a beautiful story

St. Joseph’s Home for Boys was Michael Geilenfeld’s dream that became a reality in 1985, bringing boys off the streets of Port-au-Prince to provide them with a Christian home and family.

When French missionaries announced they were leaving Haiti and needed to find care for the disabled children under their supervision, Michael took some of the older boys from St. Joseph's to choose a child to bring home and care for. But the boys surprised Michael when they chose to adopt all the children. Wings of Hope had become a thriving home for disabled children, recently rebuilt and expanded to include a day school for disabled community children and lovely guest facilities.

For more on the St. Joseph's family of homes for children, visit the Broken Wings website.

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Where there is doubt, let me sow faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; where there is sadness, joy.

~ Saint Francis of Assisi

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New listing: 'Vintage knits for modern babies' by Hadley Fierlinger and photographer Angela Lang

Vintage Knits for Modern Babies features 25 unique vintage knitting patterns modeled by adorable children. The patterns are for all skill levels and many colorful and artistic photos that are also functional in helping the knitter to know how the pattern should look. This book makes a perfect gift for a baby shower, for a crafty family member or friend, a birthday or Mother's Day gift.

Angela Lang is a portrait, wedding, and commercial photographer who captures emotion and definitive moments that tell a story. She holds a B.A. in Photojournalism and has worked as a professional photojournalist. Her work has appeared in various newspapers including The Associated Press, Here Comes the Guide, The Knot, and Pottery Barn Kids catalog. Vintage Knits for Modern Babies (Ten Speed Press/Random House), which she photographed, has been sold in bookstores nationally and internationally since October 2009. She writes of her photographic adventures at her blog, and about her work with Vintage Knits here.

All proceeds from items sold on the To Haiti with Love auction go directly to the St. Joseph's Family in Haiti. To make a bid, simply leave a comment with the amount of your bid and your email address. The auction will wrap up on February 8, 2010, and winners will be contacted right away to arrange payment and shipping. Good luck!

Vintage Knits for Modern Babies by Hadley Fierlinger and photographed by Angela Lang (origin: California, USA)

Starting bid: $20.00