Thank you to everyone who purchased a puzzle piece, made a donation, T-shirt/apparel (from March's fundraiser), and who have RSVP'd to our family movie night (May's fundraiser)! We are moving right along!!! We are so blessed to have so many supportive family and friends!
We didn't have any new fundraisers for February but we were able to sell some cookbooks and items on our Etsy shop (in addition to our savings). As always, thank you to everyone who made a purchase. And don't miss out on ordering a t-shirt, sweatshirt, or other apparel as a new fundraiser has started!… Continue reading Fundraising Update for February
Thank you to everyone who purchased a cookbook, cutting board, and/or items from the Thirty One Sale. The proceeds from the Thirty One sale are still being tallied and I will update that as soon as I know. Our goal was to get to $5000 by February and we made it!!! We couldn’t make… Continue reading January Progress
Another successful month with fundraising… Etsy Shops. Andrew’s shop sold almost $600 in cutting boards and butcher blocks! Thank you to all who purchased a board and/or Burke's Board Butter. I was able to sell a couple of stickers (thanks to the Frake and Stelzer families!) Cookbook Sales. We sold 37 cookbooks! After paying for the… Continue reading December Progress
First of all, let me thank my wonderful co-workers for a. coming up with this idea and b. letting me set-up a table. I work with amazing people and I am grateful for each and everyone one. A group of wonderful ladies I work with who have their own businesses, came together in one place… Continue reading Sip and Shop Night
I think we are off to a pretty great start!!! Savings: You may wonder why we have saved so little in the last month. Well, the money went to great use: we purchased wood for cutting boards and the cost of printing the cookbooks. Selling Items: We sold our big freezer in our garage for $100. … Continue reading October/November 2018 Fundraising
Some people have asked me about private adoption and the conversation usually ends up at the cost of going this route. Inevitably, I get “the look” - the one that’s like I’ve got 2 heads. It’s true, private adoption is super expensive (just how expensive? see below) and I’ve read California can be more costly… Continue reading Our Fundraising Plans