The Great Fundraising Act

12 Tue, 2011 § Leave a comment

I don’t know Susan.

Honestly, I am only vaguely familiar with her story.

But have you ever been moved to act simply by the compassionate efforts of others?

Susan (of The Great Balancing Act) was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma.  Despite this, she still carries on with a happy, smiling face & persevering strength while sharing her story.

Because Susan is stuck in the hospital, chemo is expensive & bloggers are powerful, Janetha has rallied the blogging community to come together & raise money for Susan’s medical bills.  Over one hundred bloggers & dozens of companies are donating items to a live auction & bake sale on Monday, July 25th from 8:00 AM (EST) to 11:00 PM (EST).

Items will include delicious baked goods, a professional blog makeover, a lifetime recipe hosting service, autographed books & cookbooks from published bloggers, kitchen gadgets & dishes, clothing, accessories & much more.

I am donating my homemade deodorant,

made with tea tree & lavender oil, vitamin E & cacao butter.

All bids will start at $10.  All proceeds from the auction will go directly to Susan.

You can show support by spreading the word & adding the Great Fundraising Act button to the sidebar of your blog.  I have included the code below.

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You do not have to be a blogger to participate.  Contact Janetha if you would like to take part.  You can join in the auction or donate money directly.

For more information about the fundraiser, click on the image below.

Let’s come together & show there is love in the world!

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