Monday, 12 November 2007
The other half works in a nursery who are running a one-off fund-raising event for a Welsh charity called the Christian Lewis Trust.
The Trust helps families by providing emotional and practical support for families of children with cancer. That's the good part. Their patrons are Mel C (Spice Girls), Philip Schofield and Joe Pasquale (which is the questionable part :-D )
What I'm after
Anyhow, if any merchants have any stock they could spare to donate as raffle prizes, please email me via my contact form for my address. The value of the prize is not important and it can be stock sitting in the corner of your warehouse. Alternatively, a real world gift voucher would be welcomed.
We are looking for merchants with outlets in and around Cardiff, Swansea and Bristol as the people attending the raffle will live in and around these areas, though predominantly around Cardiff. Having said that, if you've got a website, that's all that matters!
It will more than likely be families attending this event, with young children so if your donation targets parents and children (toys, games, small gifts, etc), that would be great.
I will add links to this page linking to the home pages of every merchant that offers something.
Also, you'll be safe in the knowledge that you're helping a Cancer charity.
I need to have everything delivered by Friday 23rd November 2007 which gives you two weeks. I can also provide confirmation from the nursery in question that they are running a raffle for the above charity if you require this. :-)
Thanks in advance
I would like to thank everyone who helps with this. It's a small charity and small event but nevertheless, you can help raise some cash for a UK based charity and possibly offload some surplus stock or help generate some new leads with gift vouchers.
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