seven ways to be a philanthropist. Number seven was to give through a blog fundraiser. Here's your chance!
There was the Bake Sale For Japan and the Bake Sale For Haiti. Now, there is a Online Auction For The Philippines! If you're the highest bidder for the item(s), then you get it.
Plus all money raised from the auction will be donated to the American Red Cross Typhoon Appeal Fund or the World Food Programme. It's the choice of the auction
winner where to donate.
For my part, I will bake your choice of either gingerbread or scones. These sweets will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
I'll customize the scones to your likes as much as possible. If you
don’t like chocolate, nuts, etc., I’ll do my best to accommodate your
ingredient requests. Scones
are one of my favorite things to bake and I have taught classes on how to bake them as well.
My gingerbread is a longtime family favorite for the holidays. I
can’t show up for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner without it! I'm sure your family and friends would enjoy the gingerbread too!
If the timing works out, there’s a chance you could have this gingerbread (or the scones)
in time for Thanksgiving! The scones might be nice for breakfast the day after Thanksgiving with a nice cup of coffee or tea.
Feel free to bid extra for express shipping and I will make sure that it gets to you in time. Please note that any extra amounts bid still all go to the charity that you choose. I will pay for the express shipping myself.
The auction is LIVE now and ready for your bids! Bids can be made for 24 hours, through 9pm EST November 22nd.
Even if you don't bid for my items, there are plenty of items to choose from: baked goods, books, gift certificates and more. Thank you in advance for your bids! But I do hope that you will bid for mine. : )
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