Fundraising, My Community

Bryn Mawr Staff Association Craft Fair

On Wednesday, December 6th, LKHZ participated (for the third year in a row) at the Bryn Mawr Staff Association Holiday Craft Fair!

This was a wonderful event with many vendors, and LKHZ sold our items to raise money for our monthly classroom project. Items included crayons and cacti among other LKHZ favs.

This was a successful event raising over $100 for the project!

Thank you to all who helped and shopped, we’ll see you again next year!

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Fundraising, My Community

Rings From El Salvador on the Etsy Shop

IMG_7530 IMG_7531 IMG_7532Excited by all the plans Little Known Help Zone has on the table? Support the movement with these beautiful rings, made with materials sourced from El Salvador. The bronze filigree rings have beautiful stone, shell, and sea glass. They are elegant, fairly priced, and a great accessory or gift. Added benefit, the support the Little Known Help Zone scholarship fund!

 

Shop here! https://www.etsy.com/listing/243503916/adjustable-bronze-filigree-ring-sea?ref=shop_home_active_1

Environment, My Community

Meyenberg Goat’s Milk

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Tower of Donated Cans

Hello! Right now, I am in the final preparation mode for my trip to Costa Rica. To my pleasant surprise, I received a phone call a few days ago about an incoming package. On Thursday, the ackage came and it was a donation from Meyenberg! I was so excited and shocked, as Meyenberg Goat’s Milk was the first and most important item on my list.

I received 6 cans of milk, which will provide great relief for the refuge. These cans will go far in helping the animals. Also, I received a cute little note and some reading material, also recipes to try with goat’s milk.

These six cans will be accompanying me on my trip and will be donated to the Jaguar Rescue Center. The milk is used to prepare the orphans bottles of milk since they no longer can receive milk from their mothers. It is very expensive and difficult to purchase directly in Costa Rica, so the refuge relies on the donations. I am overwhelmed by Meyenberg’s kindness and generosity. They are a wonderful company to work with and I thoroughly suggest checking out their website! http://meyenberg.com/