Sunday, 19 July 2009

Charity Sale Announcement

As I write this I am working on my brother's computer.
We are here to meet our new baby newpher Seth.
Seth is a beautiful, healthy baby - just like his brother and sister.
And after a rough labour his mum is enjoying her time with her lovely family.
Sadly, this isn't the case for everyone.
When I decided to try and sell off some of my clothes to raise funds for charity it was hard to pick out one worthy cause.
Until I remembered that had I not received prompt medical care in 1996 I wouldn't be here now.
In May 1996 I had an ectopic pregnancy and by the time I collpased I had lost four pints of blood.
Luckily the swift and effective medical tresatment at my local hospital ensured that not only did I survive but I went on to have two more children.
Millions of women in the developing world are not so lucky.
And that is why I have chosen Women and Children First (WCF) as my chosen charity.
Details of how to make a donation are on my other blog.
Thanks for following me on this journey which will shortly come to an end.
But I hope you will stay with me as I embark on another adventure.


Heather Bestel said...

Great idea - good luck with the sale.

kiltsnquilts said...

I have been following your journey since about half way through - although I am not sure if I have commented before. I will miss your posts and hope you will carry on with your blog.
Good Luck with your charity sale, how great to be able to give something back to a cause that is relevant to you.

Sher said...

Perfect idea for raising money for a good cause!

Kathie Truitt said...

Been there done that. It's painful physically at first, then you have to deal with the big hole in your heart later. Good luck with the sale. It's such a worthwhile cause.

lunarossa said...

What a great idea, Jane. I have to go through your list and see if I see something I can fit into! Will it be on a "first come first served" basis or an auction style? Ciao. A.

kiltsnquilts said...

Just thought I would post to say 'congratulations' as it is Monday evening for you and you have completed your year! How do you feel?? Well done for sticking with it and thanks for sharing it with blogland!

see you there! said...

I can't believe it. I'm posting on Monday so that must be your one year anniversary.


Can't wait to see what your next blogging project is going to be.


Shopaholic said...

great idea Jane, I'm heading to have a look, Struggler has pulled out some items i like the look of! x

Imogen Lamport said...

Congratulations on completing your challenge - and what a great idea about your sale for a great charity!

Elaine said...

I can't beleive you are almost done with a whole year! Will you still keep this blog? I hope so!!! And that is so great about the charity sale!!

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I will miss your posts and hope you will carry on with your blog.
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