Category DonorSee

Serving the Poorest People in the World on the Worst Day of Their Lives

In keeping with our semi-annual tradition, we’ve taken the revenue from selling conservatarian kitsch–it seems the dogma still lives loudly within many of you!–and contributed to projects on DonorSee. The bulk of the income from this period went to a widow named Iye in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to help meet some of her most basic […]


The kitsch business has slowed down as of late, but every now and again a check comes in from our store for the various wares sold during the prior period. That happened a few days ago, when a check came in for over $100. As is custom, we take that money and head on over […]

Combating Household Air Pollution in Rural Kenya

The conservatarian kitch business has been good recently. Almost $200 bucks in the past few months. So what’s going on over at DonorSee? How about “rocket stoves” in rural Kenya to combat household air pollution and its deleterious health effects? In Rural Kenya, many people still cook by open flame wood fires (like a campfire). Due to […]

Children in Need

So, selling ironic coffee mugs generated a hair over $130 as of August 14, 2017. It just so happened that a project on DonorSee was $130 shy of its funding goal. How fitting, then, to start this new endeavor: Amos has Cerebral Palsy. He is 3 years old but weighs only 5kg. His Dad died […]