Crafting for aid
made4aid raises money for charity by selling handmade arts and crafts, craft supplies and vintage handmade items. Anyone can donate items for sale.
Visit the made4aid Etsy shop to see what is for sale.
Visit the made4aid blog and other social media for more news!
PLEASE NOTE: we are not connected with made4aid on twitter.
What is made4aid?
Made4aid is a registered UK non-profit organisation, raising money for aid and relief work, through the generosity of creative people around the world.
Anyone can donate handmade art and craft items or supplies, to be sold online to raise money for aid. All proceeds (excluding seller fees) go to the relief work of Médecins sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders.
Anyone can buy unique handmade items or craft materials from made4aid and know that the money they spend will go to aid and relief work.
How to get involved
You can get involved by donating to made4aid. You could donate some of your own craft or art work, vintage handmade items or supplies for arts and crafts. The donations page has more information about how this works and do email us if you have any queries. email@example.com.
You can get involved by buying from made4aid – we sell a range of personal or gift items, and we also sell supplies and equipment for arts and crafts. If you buy from us, do please leave us a review – this really helps us grow our sales.
Our designated Charity
Between 2009 and 2010, made4aid donated to the World Food Programme. Since 2010, as an Etsy charitable shop, made4aid has donated all proceeds (after selling fees) to Médecins sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders. More information about made4aid donations to charity.
MSF is an independent humanitarian medical aid organisation that began with the work of doctors in Nigeria and Biafra in the 1970’s. It has grown into an international and Nobel Peace Prize-winning organisation, committed to providing medical aid wherever it is most needed, regardless of race, religion, politics or gender. MSF are usually found on the frontlines in disaster situations around the world, and in situations of conflict, natural disasters and/or endemic disease. They are working particularly in the areas shaded green on this map. More about MSF.