Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Help Haiti

An already economically depressed country is in even more ruins tonight. Hundreds of thousands of people will spend yet another night sleeping outdoors in the blacked out capital of Port-au-Prince. Hundreds and possibly thousands more are buried under rubble. Water, food and shelter is scarce, and whatever resources that survived the earthquake's devastation is limited and will soon be depleted.

This is Haiti.

This is happening in our world right now and WE need to do something.

Here are some incredibly easy ways to aide relief efforts.
  1. To donate $5, text YELE to 501501
  2. To donate $10, text HAITI to 90999
  3. Or you can visit the following websites for more information:
Please spread the word through your blog, email, Facebook status, Twitter updates etc. A small effort on your behalf can help thousands of people. Let's do something people!

Be safe and be grateful.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Many Thanks

The Wii Tournament was a great success and fun times. We couldn't have done it without you!

Till our next adventure...

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Time to Party Hearty For Charity

You already know that this event is going to be sick!

When: September 13th 5p - 11p
Where: The Town Tavern 134 W 3rd St, NYC
Damage: $5 w/used sneakers $10 without

What's better than having a great time AND making a small change towards the greater good? This event culminates our fund raising efforts for Shoe4Africa's school building project in Kenya. 100% of the proceeds from this event will be given to Shoe4Africa for this cause.

And we have goodies galore to give away. Peep our sponsors!

See you on Sunday!

Monday, August 31, 2009

F.L.O. Humanity on Blog Talk Radio

Ebony Looney from Make Me Over Eb has graciously invited F.L.O. Humanity to be interviewed on tonight's episode of her talk show: Beyond the Makeup - A Diva Helps Out

Be sure to tune in as Juliette Joseph - Founder/Executive Director of F.L.O. Humanity - talks about the organization and our ongoing fundraising project for Shoe4Africa.

In case you missed it, you can check out the podcast of tonight's amazing show. Many thanks to Ebony for this opportunity and for being a wonderful host. Good luck to all the divas out there making their valuable contribution towards the greater good. Press on sisters!

Wii Heart to Party for Charity

For the Love of Humanity (F.L.O. Humanity) in collaboration with No One’s Done It Right (NODIR) presents, Wii Heart To Party, a Nintendo Wii tournament and free play party that will benefit Shoe 4 Africa- a New York based non-profit organization.This event will serve as a sneaker drive for the organization as well a fundraiser to help build the Martin Lel Secondary, in a rural part of Kenya. 100% of the proceeds will go towards this cause.

This exciting event promises to be a fun-filled evening with our favorite dj's on the 1's and 2's, super cheap drinks, raffle prizes and of course Wii!!

If you are unable to attend but interested in making a donation, you can do so online at:

When: September 13th 5p - 11p
Where: The Town Tavern 134 W 3rd St, NYC
Admission: $5 w/used sneakers $10 without


Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Thanks Blue Moon!

A big thanks to Blue Moon Mexican Cafe and supporters for a successful community night event. Blue Moon donated $45.22 from the sales generated by F.L.O. Humanity, pushing our fundraising meter to $613.00. Woo-hoo!

Next up is our grand event - Wii Heart to Party - a Wii tournament and party on September 13th. Save the date, more details coming very soon.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

A Message From Our Good Friends at No One's Done It Right

Hope everyone's having a fantastic summer so far, I know I can't complain. You may remember a couple weeks ago I reached out to you about helping us out with supplies for Covenant House New York ( Help spread the word by forwarding this email, it will only take 5 minutes max. Below are the drop off locations for the supplies.

New Jersey:
300 Frank W Burr Blvd,
Suite 6,
Teaneck, NJ 07666

195 Broadway,
New York, NY 10007

137 Marcus Garvey Blvd,
Brooklyn, NY 11206

1776 Castle Hill Ave,
Bronx, NY 10462

Please call beforehand to set up a drop off time.

Below is a list of things on the organizations crisis wish list. The items are distributed to the kids seeking shelter with them.

Dress socks, tube socks, hosiery Undergarments and brassieres (esp. large sizes) Casual and dress shoes, sneakers Luggage, duffle bags, backpacks Travel-size toiletries, hairbrushes Stationery (writing pads, pens, resume paper)Durable baby books, school supplies, arts and crafts Bibs, baby (infant to 5) clothes, diapers, formula Travel-size toiletries for moms and babies (lotion, shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes)
Hair brushes, combs

I got to hang out at Covenant House a little while ago, you can read all about it on the blog:
Thanks again for your continued support of No One's Done It Right.

xoxo Nos