'Amani Hearts' from Fiwagoh Orphanage, Kenya
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- Estimated Value
- $65 USD
- $220 USD to glovercm
- Number of Bids
- 13 - Bid History
Amani means "peace" in Swahili. This lovely collection of nine 4" x 4" gallery-style canvases with hand-painted wooden hearts was created by orphans at the Fiwagoh Orphanage in Kenya as a gift of gratitude. Children from Kids for Peace chapters around the world had purchased beds for the kids of this orphanage when they learned that the children slept on the floor. To show their appreciation, the children from the Fiwagoh Orphanage painted these hearts with great love. They send wishes of love and peace to all.
All sales are final. No international sales. Winning bidder pays S&H. Estimated S&H for this item UPS Ground is $15.
Proceeds from the sale of this item will go to support Kids for Peace and our mission to cultivate every child's innate ability to foster peace through cross-cultural experiences and hands-on arts, service and environmental projects.
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