So last year I was planning on scattering 1000’s of wild flower seeds into the beds of my local park in Hampshire. Well I moved and someone took over where my idea left off.
I’d like to thank Sarah Raven for BBC’s Bees, Butterflies and Blooms. Sarah took what I wanted to do to the highest level and I’m so pleased that I’m not the only one who had the same concerns regarding the diminishing bee’s and butterflies.
Today I registered to host a Oxfam fund raiser. The first thing that popped into mind was cupcakes.. Then I was like how many cupcakes could I sell? Not many! I registered anyway and knew I’d figure it all out.
Well you’ll be pleased to know I’ve figured it out. Hopefully with your help I’ll be packaging thousands of wild flower seeds for a £5 donation. All proceeds to Oxfam.
I’ll be having my Oxfam Get Together celebrating International Womens Day between now and 8 March 2012!
Please share the love if you live in the Uk I was targeting the ladies but I decided to target the men too. You all have a special woman that makes your your world go round.. If she is not your wife or the mother of your child she is your lover, she could be your precious sister or your irreplacable mother, your special aunt or your comforting granny, your best cuz or even your best friend. I suggest a donation of £5 and you’ll get the oppourtunity to get the bee’s buzzing and the flutterby’s a flapping.
Please ask for more info!!!!!
can save the life of a mother and her child by enabling Oxfam to train a midwife in Ghana.
trains 5 teachers in Mali who can teach over 250 girls and provide a whole generation with skills to work their way out of poverty.
from Oxfam enabled Le Thi Ban to become the first woman to join the local clam cooperative in Vietnam. She is now able to provide for herself and her children from the profits she has made.
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