Thursday, March 5, 2009

2nd lot of packs go to Narre Warren


Took a drive out to Narre Warren this afternoon to deliver 12 Rainbow Comfort Packs for 5 families who lost their homes in the fires in that area.
It was great to have a list of children (only their age and gender) to work with!
Thank you to Kathie from the City of Casey's Community Safety Unit, who has been looking after the needs of 15 families. She will be personally giving out the packs to each child.


Did you make any of these bags? They're now going to children in the City of Casey!

So it was only a small lot this time, but it was worth the time and effort of everyone who has contributed to this project. Wonder where our next destination will be?!
Thanks everybody! x

5 comments:

handmaiden said...

You are doing a great job

Penny said...

It might seem like a small number of packs, but they will make a difference to each child who gets one.

Melanie said...

You were in my town? Awww, if I had have known I would have made you a coffee at the community centre or the homestead. Cheers and awesome job. I am sure every one involved is most grateful.

Nikki said...

Great to see. I recognise a bag or two from the sewing bee a few weeks ago (I didn't make them, but I know the fabrics). Will do a post about it to let more people know. Lovely to see you at the stitches and craft show.

Kirrily said...

Ohhhh I recognise one of those bags! That is so cool to see where it is going! Brilliant work!