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  • A Work Of Heart

    First Kiss by aworkofheart3 on Etsy, $50.00 A Work of Heart is a Social Entrepreneurship that sells artwork and uses a portion of the proceeds to fund building projects in Kenya. We work in partnership with a small charity in Kenya, Living Positive Kenya (LPK). They work with women and their children effected and affected by HIV/ADIS and help them gain a better life through education, small business training, and group therapy. It's not just a piece of art, it's a work of heart.

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