Kim and I want to acknowledge all those to support us – without them, our hard work would not be possible. If we have missed your details, please let us know – we try to be flawless but sometimes it is slight off centre 🙂
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Been a mom is hard, the normal everyday items should not be something added to the shoulders of the mom’s who child is in the hospital I work at.
So when Kim, Recycled Inc manager and hospital dietician, told me about the little cancer patients who were without yoghurt, custard and jelly, I could not sit back, work and then go home to feed my kiddies whatever they felt like.
I contacted a dear friend who runs M.A.D (Make A Difference). Christie was only happy to help out. With the donations of yoghurt, custard and jelly we received from M.A.D, we have been able to supply the cancer pediatric, adult and a few other wards with simple supplies for the last three weeks.
Here are a few pictures of the faces that had smiles on after they received their yoghurt. There where a number of patients who we did not photograph due to chemo, facial deformities or other sensitive exposures. On behalf of those patients, we say a HUGE thank you to Christie and all who donated to the drive. Every bit helps brighten the days of these patients.
I printed a selection of photographs and gave them to the patients, I wish you could have seen the smiles we got, missing teeth and all!
We have been nominated – my sister-in-law, Candi, emailed me yesterday to say that she had entered me in the FairLady Clarins Most Dynamisante Women competition.
Thank you so much Candi, you are the best Aunty Candi ever! If you would like to nominate us or another super lady go to http://www.fairlady.com/clarins-most-dynamisante-woman and fill in the entry form.
Good luck and add some extra nominations for us 🙂
Our fundraiser this month is for the Make A Difference (M.A.D) project. M.A.D helps abandoned and vulnerable children with items like clothing, food and love. They also do fundraising for various homes in and around East London who help care and protect these children.
Our venue for this month is the lovely Cafe Basil, now situated at 3 Tecoma Street, Berea. The new cafe is uber stylish, relaxed and inviting. Come join us for Cappuccino and Cake for only R24.90 with delicious meals on the menu. Bring along a donation of R20.00 or more for the M.A.D collection.
Also remember our Unloved Items – any item, any condition will be welcomed and put to good use for charity. Our Arts & Crafts boxes need to be restocked so any item along those lines is appreciated. Details of the fundraiser are:
Date: Saturday, 24th July 2010
Time: 11:00 to 13:00
Venue: Cafe Basil, East London
Looking forward to relaxing with friend, good coffee and great food!
Wave Your Flag – Since Tuesday, our inbox has been filled with some many responses to our project, my fingers can’t type quick enough in answering our email!
Bio-Baba Head Office
No 7 Athlone Road
Att: Vicki Penfold
Tel: 021 761 8982
4 Sunrock Close
Sunnyrock, Extension 2
Tel:011 822 3980
If you need flags collected from your premises in Gauteng, kindly phone Lionel on 079 884 0154 or Cheynee on 072 777 2399 to arrange collection.
Visit us daily to get updates on collection points in different cities!
Driving to work this morning I was ecstatic to hear Lee-Ann mentioned us on Gareth Cliff’s 5fm morning show! I almost missed the 4 way stop because I was going wild instead of breaking.
Luckily I drive like snail (according to my hubby) 🙂 🙂 There’s a reason I stick to the speed limit.