Monday, 16 July 2012

Quilting for a Cause

Help raise £2012 for Refuge by the end of the Olympic games! SHOUT would like to share a wonderful opportunity to help support the charity Refuge and win a beautiful quilt created by the one and only Jennifer Creek, author of Occupational Therapy and Mental Health.

Jennifer has spent 40 years working on this stunning handmade quilt, and it could be yours in a raffle draw taking place on 12th August 2012, the day of the Olympic closing ceremony. Visit the Just Giving page to donate today:

Each pound donated enters you into the raffle draw once, so the more you donate the more chances of winning you have. Give as much as you can - every little helps to support this good cause.

"Refuge is a national charity for women and children who experience domestic violence, providing emergency accommodation and emotional and practical support. Since opening the world's first women's safe house in London in 1971, Refuge has grown to become the UK's largest organisation of its kind, helping and supporting women and children experiencing domestic violence and acting as a national 'lifeline' for up to 80,000 victims of domestic abuse every year."

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