Saturday, January 30, 2010

February Is A Loving Month - Make A Childs Wish Come True

Your dying child wants to go to Disneyland before they die, will you say no? What if medical care has eaten up all your funds, and you really can't afford it? Wouldn't you hope that someone could fulfill your child's wish? I know I would.So here's the deal, 50% of all items sold in February from my shop will go to support The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada. Together, we can make a child's life better. Please join me.
If you would like to make a donation to The Children's Wish Foundation directly, you can also use this online donation form. Let me know that you have done so, and I will happily send you a little treat from me in recognition of your generosity.

If you would also like to donate a portion of sales from your shop in February, let me know and I'll add your shop name and the details on this blog post.

Participating Shops!
bluepandemonium.etsy.com - 50% of total sales in February
silverWARES.Etsy.com - 25% of total sales in February
InMy2Hands.Etsy.com - 25% of total sales in February

So shop now or donate now. The choice is up to you!

You can also help spread the word by adding this button to your website!
Give A Child A Wish This February

5 comments:

Moonangelnay said...

thats a really lovely and selfless thing to do, and such a generous donation on your part from your work!

Handmade in Israel said...

How amazing that you are doing this. A wonderful cause. As we say in Hebrew, 'Kol Hakavod' (well done!).

BrigaBauble said...

We have a sort of "sister" organization in the States: The Make a Wish Foundation. These truly are incredible and worthwhile organizations. I think it's fabulous that you are donating half of your proceeds to help make a difference. Thank you!

Mytutorlist.com said...

Thank you for your encouragement! Help make this fundraiser successful by visiting one of the participating stores! Or send a donation directly to The Children's Wish Foundation and let me know!

Aloquin said...

This is a wonderful, touching way to help. Way to go... I am definitely following your blog!