Tuesday, 12 April 2011
Sunday, 10 April 2011
Sunday, 3 April 2011
The new deadline will therefore be Sunday 10th April, 18:00 GMT.
If you are not interested in the prize but would still like to donate to the Japan appeal, you can leave a comment on the raffle post and your donation will be added to Jo's running total at the end of the raffle. We have almost reached the £3,000 mark, so please please, make a donation.
As a reminder, you can enter as many raffles as you want, as many times as you like.
Good luck to everyone!
Thursday, 31 March 2011
Friday, 25 March 2011
In aid of the Japanese earthquake disaster and in cooperation with Jo at A bit of this and a bit of that, I am organising a raffle on this blog.
The prize is a pack of three handmade Early Reading and Writing materials:
1. A sandpaper name flip book. This material is used to teach children to recognise and write their name. The flip pages mean that you can isolate each letter to teach it. I used Montessori colour coding, except that I got it wrong for the one pictured. Your one will have red consonnants and blue vowels, unless you use different colours and you let me know. I will use the name that you communicate to me.
For a chance to win this Early Reading and Writing Pack, you need to make a donation of £5 to GlobalGiving, come back to this post and leave a comment with your receipt number and a valid email address. For more chances to win, you need to make another £5 donation and leave another comment. If you want to donate £10, you will need to do two £5 donations so as to get two receipt numbers and be entered twice. You can enter as many times as you like.
If you make a mistake or forget to add your email address, please delete the first post and re-write it.
Anybody can enter, I will ship worldwide.
The winner will be drawn using a random number generator.
This raffle will close on Sunday 3rd April, 18:00 GMT.
The raffle being held on this blog is in cooperation with A Bit of This and A Bit of That. We are in no way affiliated with Global Giving, that's just our chosen method of getting funds safely to the affected area.