Last night was thoroughly successful, and Little Known Help Zone is so excited to share the results.
The table set up was great and brought in a lot of attention.
Many people were interested in the items being sold and the work I was doing.
The bracelets were a popular item amongst adults and children, and the kids loved the crayons!
In addition to raising $93.10 for the causes, Little Known Help Zone gained some great exposure!
Through additional fundraising efforts, Little Known Help Zone hopes to reach the goal! We’re 1/8 of the way there!
The fundraiser is complete and ready to go for tomorrow night!
A donation jar has been made, 4 various signs to advertise the charity and what is being sold, as well as a handout to give to those interested so they can learn more about my charity!
The handout is posted above, and stay tuned for the final results of the event and photos from the display!
The final installment for the fundraiser has been complete. Little Known Help Zone will be selling brownie cups to raise money for Honduran Orphans.
The money will go to buy gifts for the 5 new orphans at Helping Honduras Kids and to buy a playground toy at Mama Lana’s orphanage.
The brownies are sold for $1 a piece and contain marshmallows and chocolate chips, these were kindly donated.
The fundraiser is this Friday, 6-8 pm at Western Salisbury Elementary School’s Fall Fest.
If you would like to purchase any of the items mentioned in this blog post or previous, please contact to support.
The final step is to make the pamphlets and literature for the event!
The Costa Rica fundraising portion has been completed!
If you don’t remember, Little Known Help Zone is raising money to send a child to the Jumpstart English Language learning camp in Costa Rica through Amigos of Costa Rica. (amigosofcostarica.com)
50 bracelets sold at $4 a piece will raise the necessary money to send this child. As the fundraiser continues, a tally will be kept of how many were sold.
The bracelet selection includes various items from the easy shop, as well as 37 new bracelets made by Little Known Help Zone. These are soda tab bracelets, but they are smaller to fit child sized wrists. Many also fit adult wrists. What makes these special is 20 of them were made by my Gifted Seminar class, one class working to send a student to class abroad.
Here’s a peak of the bracelets.
Remember, if you can’t make it to the Fall Festival at Western Salisbury Elementary, you can still support the cause by ordering online at etsy.com/shop/littleknownhelpzone
After the fundraiser, Little Known Help Zone will work to have these bracelets sold at local shops as well as online to support the cause!
The work for Guatemala has been complete.
Little Known Help Zone will be selling handmade crayons, a dollar a piece, to raise the $360 needed to send a child to school in Guatemala through mayanfamilies.org
No crayon is the same, just like no child is the same.
As of now, 6 dozen crayons are available to buy, and Little Known Help Zone is requesting donations of broken or old crayons from locals in the community to work and make more crayons. The more sold, the more children sent to school!
The crayons will be spread out on the table so children can view all of them and choose.
After the event, these will be listed on easy for purchase.