Ms. Estelle Dubisson has been closely working with Mrs. Marcia
McBroom-Small importing goods for distribution throughout Haiti
for more than a decade.
Items include books to restock the devastated libraries,
clothing, shoes, simple household goods and more....
Visit our shop on Facebook's 'Petronella Danforth's Cultural
Bazaar'. Numerous art pieces are for sale. Proceeds
benefit the work of For Our Children's Sake and help
fund the 1000 boxes of hope champagne and the FOCSF Malawi
Chapter in Central Africa.
Marcia McBroom's first film was the classic "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls.
Her character's name was Petronella Danforth. The Bazaar is named for this
popular cult icon.
This event was created after Rachael Maiyanja,
(then a UN representative) requested that FOCSF assist by bringing awareness and
assistance in fund raising for the women and
children in Darfur in the Sudan suffering a a result
of the mass genocide there. The request came in
2006. The conflict on ongoing in 2011.
Click to learn more....
Who Cares? We Care! came about as an extended
support for "Voices For The Voiceless. There is
another online shopping mall available for fund
raising, links and information about other charities
and a host of supporters, information about Darfur
I know that some of you are not in New York & therefore cannot attend, but I
wanted all of you to know about this wonderful event. I have knownChesterHigginsfor
many years & he has worked for the NY Times for many years. It is so great
to know that there are those who are recording our history in so many
different ways. For those of you who can make it, pleaseRSVP & I hope to see you there!
Celebrate Womens' History Month