I wouldn’t normally use bold capital letters but the following is really really important…
THE CHARITY LITTLE BUNDLES NEEDS YOU TO VOTE FOR IT IN THE NATWEST COMMUNITY FORCE GRANT COMPETITION!
LITTLE BUNDLES HELPS FAMILIES IN VULNERABLE SITUATIONS, BY PROVIDING EMERGENCY BABY AND TODDLER RELATED SUPPLIES.
THE COMPETITION FINISHES THIS SUNDAY SO IF YOU VOTE NOW, YOU WILL HELP LITTLE BUNDLES WIN A PRIZE OF £6,000, WHICH WILL GO TOWARDS PROVIDING MUCH NEEDED SUPPLIES, SUCH AS NAPPIES, COT MATTRESSES, TOILETRIES, CLOTHES, EQUIPMENT ETC.
HERE IS THE LINK TO VOTE: http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/1537
THE VOTE IN OUR LOCAL AREA IS VERY CLOSE SO EVERY VOTE COUNTS. LITTLE BUNDLES IN ONLY 5 VOTES BEHIND THE SCOUTS! PLEASE SPEND 2 MINUTES VOTING AS THIS WILL HELP DESPERATE FAMILIES.
You cannot vote more than once as they will check all the votes and you can’t use multiple email addresses. You also get two other votes for other worthy charities all over the UK, so maybe also help out others (just not in the Cheltenham & Gloucester area)!
This is an urgent appeal for your votes for the amazing charity Little Bundles!
Little Bundles is a fantastic project that really makes a difference to families of parents with young children in Gloucestershire, in really difficult situations. Their collection of volunteers collect unwanted items of equipment, clothing and toiletries and redistribute them to people who are very grateful to receive them.
Little Bundles has been accepted for the Natwest Community Challenge, which aims to help community projects. £6,000 is the prize for the charity which gets the most votes! Little Bundles is in the Cheltenham & Gloucester area and needs votes so that they can make the project even more fantastic, and help loads more people.
Please vote via the following link: http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/1537
Instructions are also shown on the front page of the Little Bundles website.
I’ve been meaning to blog about this for ages. More than a year ago Claire setup a charity called ‘Little Bundles’ and it’s turned into a big success. It aim is to help families and pregnant women by providing much needed baby clothes, toiletries and other equipment. The families tend to be pretty desperate and the charity has just past the 100 families helped mark.
Claire’s been doing a brilliant job pushing the thing for ages and has managed to recruit a small army of volunteer mum’s. There are various jobs, such as collecting the items and distributing them (in pack form, made up of a range of needed items) to wherever they’re needed.
It must be making a massive difference to many people and i’m proud of her for taking the time and effort to set it up and keep it going. Check out the website and if you can, help them out.