Hologram disaster relief

There’s only so much we each can do and while our family has given to the Red Cross already, I still want to do more.

With that in mind, throughout September (longer if necessary) through the end of the year I will be donating 50% of all hologram proceeds (note, not profits, please see below) to the Red Cross for relief efforts related to hurricane Katrina.

I will make the donation in honor of the person making the purchase and will forward (email) a copy of the donation receipt to the purchaser as soon as I receive it. If you’d like the donation made in someone else’s honor just put their name in the comments field on the PayPal order form.

For a selection of available holograms, take a look at my gallery page. Each hologram that is available for purchase has a link underneath the picture.

To everyone that takes advantage of this, thank you for helping me to help more.

Note that I can’t pledge 100% of the profits because I’m not making a profit on any of my holograms. My prices aren’t set based on cost + profit but rather what I think they will sell for, in an attempt to get a body of work out into the world.

[edited 9/5]

It’s been brought to my attention that I should factor in the possibility that one day I will make a profit from the sales of these holograms. While I don’t expect to do so during the month of Sept I certainly should factor that possibility in.

With that in mind, when I do break even I 100% of the profits will go to disaster relief.

[edited 9/8]

Modified the offer to run through the end of the year.

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Michael Harrison

Husband, Programmer, Irish dancer, tinkerer, astronomer, layabout (as much as possible)

One thought on “Hologram disaster relief”

  1. Ok, not really free in the purest sense but now that I’ve got your attention…
    Next week (September 12th through the 18th) 100% of the proceeds from hologram sales will be donated to the Red Cross for hurricane Katrina relief efforts.  Note that I’m am

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