Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Pink Hearts for Japan
It's been a long time since I posted on my blog and even though I've been making many handmade things, they haven't quite made it up here...!
Jojoebi from "A bit of this, a bit of that" in Japan is opening an auction for our dear Brothers and Sisters in Japan.
I'm putting up this pink glass heart bracelet and pendant in order to raise funds for those in need in Japan.
I'd be really happy to send them to a new home knowing that the proceeds may go to helping others find a new home.
HOW TO ENTER:
Go to GlobalGiving.co.uk (United Kingdom) or GlobalGiving.org (United States) and make a donation.
Every $5 donation or 3 pound donation entitles you to one raffle ticket.
After you have made your donation, come back and leave a comment on this post, telling me how much you donated (ie how many tickets you have bought) and your receipt number.
Don't forget to leave your e-mail address in the comment too - you can write it as name 'at' yahoo 'dot' com if you are worried about spam.
If you make a mistake or need to change your comment, please go back and delete your first comment and rewrite it.
Open to anyone, anywhere in the world!
The raffle will close at mid-day Japan time 26th March and the winner will be drawn at random and contacted by email.
For help with the donation you can refer to this post http://jojoebi.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-make-donation.html
The raffle being held on this blog, and others around the blogosphere, is held in conjunction with A Bit of This and A Bit of That. We are in no way affiliated with global giving, that's just our chosen method of getting funds safely to the affected area.
Later this week Jo will be putting up a list of all the blogs involved in this appeal, each of which will be hosting their own raffle or auction, each requiring separate donations. So if you're not interested in fabric, there will be lots of other things to tempt you. Do please check out the others and enter as many as you can afford. Let's do what we can to help those in need. And if you blog, or Facebook, or Tweet, or have friends in real life, please do spread the word!
Thank you and blessings to all,