"Thank you Grace - it is indeed a wonderful way to get funds to KAS at NO COST. If anyone would like more information just ask here. With Chr...... on the way (too soon to say it) - if everyone used Easy Fundraising when shopping online…"
"If anyone in the UK wants to donate to KAS via payroll giving to Knit for Life or as a one off donation we can claim Gift Aid on your contributions and so pass on the donation to Ronda with an extra 25%. We send regular donations to Ronda like…"
"Oh my - huge thanks to Sharon for sorting and inspiring and encouraging. Many thanks to Louise and all the mods for their continued good work. Get well soon Ronda and please don't worry about the thank you notes - we all understand…"
I just opened an account with easyfundraising. Now, every time I shop I will be contributing to Knit for life . How that contribution will get to Ronda?
While I'm in London I can use it as well when I shop in M&S on line…"
"Ah well that's interesting Linda and as you say every little helps.
Elaine has sent money to Ronda today from one of our regular contributors. There are a few people who donate regularly to Knit for Life so that we can claim Gift Aid here…"
"As many UK KAS members will know, Elaine Jones and I run Knit for Life in the UK and we have always made KAS the prime target for our funds. UK KAS members can get funds to Ronda by using Easy Fundraising when they buy online and Elaine will…"
"That's what I like - flexibility! :-) Well as I am just knitting some lilac and pink wrist warmers that will spur me on to finish and photograph them. I seem to be terrible at finishing things lately - but Elaine and I are still…"
Hi Pam. I have had a request from a fellow UK member, regarding posting of squares through a group. She collects them from some ladies, but they cannot afford the postage. I am just wondering if she would be able to give them to Knit for Life to send to KAS. Sorry, I'm not sure how you or your budget operates, so this is just a question, not an expectation. I can send you a copy of her letter, if you would like.Thanks.
Hi Pam, I have only just worked out how to reply to the comments on my profile!!! This is in reply to your comment last March, only 10 months late! My husband and I are both from Gloucester but have lived in this area since 1972. We came here as Richard was posted to Folkestone as an Immigration Officer, we lived in Hawkinge for a short while before moving into our first house in Sandgate. After 10 years we moved to West Hythe. In 2003 we moved into Hythe itself just minutes away from the High Street - so convenient! Our eldest daughter and husband live in Walmer, so we know the Deal area quite well. Where in beautiful Shropshire do you live? I have been voting for you, using two email addresses that we have, hope you get enough votes for the £300. Happy New Year!
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