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This year to raise awareness about Comic Relief I will be running a week long food focused blog post and vlog posts!
I have been provided with an exclusive Emma Bridgewater bag for life to base my ‘What’s in My Bag’ blog post around.
This year Emma Bridgewater has created an exclusive new homeware range for Red Nose Day 2013, available from HomeSense and TK Maxx stores throughout the UK.
The money raised from the range will be spent by Comic Relief to help people living incredibly tough lives across Africa and here in the UK.
The bag for life costs £9.99 with at least £4 going to Comic Relief which I’m sure you will agree is a massive donation and will help so many people out via this fantastic cause.
If the bag isn’t your cup of tea there are so many other items you can purchase knowing that a good percentage of the sale price is going to help not only people in our own country but those in Africa.
Mugs £9.99 with at least £4 going to Comic Relief
Tea towels £4.99 with at least £2 going to Comic Relief
Double Oven Glove £7.99 with at least £4 going to Comic Relief
Apron £12.99 with at least £6.50 going to Comic Relief
Bag for life £9.99 with at least £4 going to Comic Relief
DID YOU KNOW?
£8 could buy a range of arts and crafts materials to be used during counselling, to help a bereaved child in the UK express their feelings and cope with their grief.
£3 could provide hot meals for four children in the UK living in extreme poverty.
£100 could provide vital support for a young woman who is being sexually exploited, helping her stay safe and healthy, and take the first steps towards a new life.
£10 could provide vital information for 100 armed forces veterans who are experiencing mental health problems, so they know where to turn to for help.
£6 could provide a nourishing meal for ten children living on the streets in Uganda.
£2.40 could revive a newborn baby in Tanzania when their breathing fails, by paying for a resuscitation bag and mask.
£100 could provide a teacher to work with children who live on the streets in Kenya for two weeks, helping them gain the skills they need to build a better future.