By JAMIE GERMANO staff photographer

Karin Choi of Hamlin, a visual merchandiser at One World Goods in
Pittsford, works on a wall featuring sale items from Haiti. The retailer
will donate 20 percent of its sales starting today to aid Haiti.

Pittsford retailer One World Goods will donate 20 percent of its sales to
the SERRV (Sales Exchange for Refugee Rehabilitation and Vocation)
Haitian Relief program from today through the end of the month.

Although the retailer typically only sponsors one outreach program per
year, store manager Raquel Marchenese knew they had to support
Haiti, the island nation devastated by a massive earthquake last
month.

“The need is really great,” she said. “And we want to be sure they go
to the right places, the right people.”

By Emily Shearing • Staff writer

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