T-Shirt, Donation, & Sticker Campaign Through October 11

We will be adding an update to this site with a report on fundraising efforts to date after our Haiti committee meeting on October 6. Meanwhile, our ongoing effort to raise money to help rebuild the church, school, clinic, and rectory at St. Anne in Sucreri Henry, Haiti continues with an opportunity to order T-shirts and stickers to wear and display to help spread the word and add visibility to the fundraising campaign.


Shirts are available in Long sleeve or short sleeve in sizes Youth Small through Adult XXXXXL

We as a committee chose not to withdraw a chunk of money from our fundraising to cover ordering a large amount of T-shirts on speculation. We decided instead to launch this fundraiser through Custom Ink where you purchase from them and the shirts are shipped directly to you. The advantages to this method are: 1. Shirts can be ordered from any location 2. Shirts will be shipped directly to your address 3. You pick and choose the sizes and sleeve lengths that work best for you 4. The money we have raised goes directly to St. Anne Parish.


We understand that some may really not need another t-shirt in the drawer, so we’ve included an option for a direct donation at the same site. There you can donate to our campaign knowing the donation will go directly to the St. Gabriel account for St. Anne. Simply click on “Donate” to make a donation. Here is the link: St. Anne Fundraiser


Stickers for laptops, tablets, water bottles, and ???

$4 each or 3 for $10

We are also selling stickers for laptops, tablets, water bottles, and ??? (use your imagination). Stickers are available through email to amgentili@me.com in which you will state the number of stickers desired and send your address for mailing. I will reply with instructions for payment.

Sticker design

As mentioned above, we will provide an update on the situation and Haiti and report out on our fundraising to date after our next meeting on October 6. We thank you for your contributions and for keeping our Haitian twin parish in your prayers.

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