Sunday, January 13, 2013

Hearts for Children of Chernobyl

I love making hearts, and I love it when I can help a worthy cause with my hearts!


 I was recently contacted by Cecilia, who runs a program in the state of Washington called Children of Chernobyl. They raise funds to bring children from the area of Russia that was affected by a nuclear accident over 20 years ago, to her city for a health respite and medical care.  Cecilia is putting together baskets for a silent auction during their annual fundraiser, and she wanted to include one of my Hope Hearts starter kits in a crafts basket.  She also had the idea of including a clear pitcher of hearts as a "visual" near the basket.  Of course I agreed to send the Hope Hearts starter kit (which I am still sending, free of charge, to anyone who asks--the information is at the top of this page), but I also wanted to help fill up the pitcher, so I am also sending the dozen hearts in this picture.

Good luck with your fundraiser, Cecilia, and God bless you for helping children!!


3 comments:

LimeRiot said...

How kind of you, Leslie. These look like extra special hearts for a very worthy cause. We had a student who was from Chernobyl in my elementary school. She was such a beautiful person in every way.

Kay said...

Such lovely hearts are sure to help raise lots of money. Thank you for sharing and your example.

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