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2 Children have malaria and they are very sick!
The kids really need mosquito nets!
Mosquito nets are only $3 & they will help save a life! Only $3! Won't you help?

These are cards made in Rwanda they are $3 plus 50 cents shipping.
Comment if you would like one. Click the yellow donate button on the right side
of the blog to buy a card. If you buy a card for $3 that will provide a needy child
with a mosquito net. You can also donate $3 even if you don't want to buy a card.
A donation of $10 will provide a child with a mattress. The children
are in need of shoes and backpacks also! Any amount you choose to donate will help a lot!!!


The price of these necklaces is $6 + $2 shipping the total for 1 necklace is $8.
For more than 1 necklace contact me and I'll try to discount the shipping
by sending them in flat rate box. Click the yellow donate button on the right side
of the blog. It will take you straight to pay pal.

At the bottom of the blog is an African Statue.
It's $7. If you want to buy the statue and a necklace I will combine
the shipping costs and the shipping total will be $5 for priority mail.
The necklaces are 9 inches long with the clasp closed and about 20 inches long
if the clasp is unhooked. Just post a comment on which necklace you would like.
They are numbered.

Sold!!#1 red & green & multi
SOLD!!#2 aqua and brownish
SOLD! #3 Aqua multi
#4 Aqua and dark blue

SOLD!!!necklace #1
SOLD!!!necklace #2
SOLD!!!necklace #3


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