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Pitch In

Retailers lending Haiti a hand.


Map by Jason Lee  

The Upper East Side kids’ store will channel 10 percent of January sales to NPH International, which runs a hospital, an orphanage, and a rehab center for special-needs children in Haiti (1038 Lexington Ave., nr. 74th St.; 212-585-4371).

Having already donated $35,000 in merchandise to the relief effort, the Brooklyn mini-chain will turn over all proceeds from United Bamboo’s 2010 calendars ($10 each) as well as 10 percent of sales from this weekend’s big annual clearance to Doctors Without Borders (multiple locations;

Bump Brooklyn
The maternity store is marking down fall clothes by up to 50 percent and donating 10 percent of proceeds, sale or not, to Save the Children this weekend (464 Bergen St., nr. Flatbush Ave., Park Slope; 718-638-1960).

La Petite Coquette
The lingerie merchant will donate $2 of every purchase through this Friday to Doctors Without Borders (51 University Pl., nr. 10th St.; 212-473-2478).

All jewelry (Kenneth Jay Lane rings, Gucci key chains) is 20 to 30 percent off; 10 percent of sale purchases through the end of January will go to the Haiti Emergency Relief Fund (217 Mott St., nr. Spring St.; 212-625-1374).


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