Posts Tagged ‘local goods’

Teach Your Kids to Give Back: DIY Charity Box Craft

Artistri Sud, Montreal charity, women's empowerment, developing countries

When it comes to teaching our kids about the importance of giving back, where do we begin? You can use this fast and easy DIY Charity Box Craft to start that important discussion. I don’t have any kids myself, but luckily, I have an adorable baby cousin Hudson (a.k.a. “Little Dude”), his mom (and my […]

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Expanding Our Horizons: Artistri Sud’s New Year’s Resolutions

After a successful 2013 that included Artistri Sud delivering business training to 21 artisan women, we are very excited to grow our impact in the New Year! Because we want to continue to change the world one woman at a time, here are our New Year’s resolutions for 2014: Develop a Phase II of our […]

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Come hear our Tales of Triumph!

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Artistri Sud is hosting a fundraising event called Tales of Triumph in honour of International Women’s Day on March 11th, 2014 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m, at L’Atelier d’Argentine in old Montreal.  Tickets for the event are priced at $60, which includes hors d’oeuvres, one drink and a $40 tax receipt.  For those who would like to stay for dinner after […]

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This holiday season, send a card and empower an artisan!

This holiday season, spread the joy at home and around the world by sending an Artistri Sud card to a loved one. For just $15, you can help give the gift of entrepreneurship training to struggling women artisans around the world. To donate and send a card, click here. Include the recipient’s email address as […]

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Artistri Sud’s Impact: Both Global and Local!

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On Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9th, Artistri Sud participated in the Loyola Fall Craft Fair at Concordia University’s Loyola Campus, Montreal. Along with 29 local artisans, including students and staff of Concordia University, we sold our beautiful, ethically-traded crafts and got a chance to engage with our community while spreading the word about […]

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