The people of Nigeria continue to be given shoes from our donation – and they are so grateful.
Great work Mary Bragg Green team!
We are changing the World!
A special message from Abuja, Nigeria.
A VERY special Thank You from our friends in Abuja!
WE DID IT!
With our plant sales and donations, we collected enough money to purchase 278 pairs of shoes for children in Abuja, Nigeria!
THANK YOU for your support!
How ADORABLE are these two? What a GREAT way to share our project to get donations! These girls have passed their original goal of 20 pairs of shoes!!!
Their new goal is 40 and I KNOW they will do it!
The sale has started!
Mary Bragg Green Team and Sister School Team are working together to raise money to purchase shoes for our friends in Abuja, Nigeria.
Life in Abuja is not easy. Currently it is recommended to “Avoid all travel to Abuja, due to the very high threat of terrorist attacks”
On top of that, because of flooding, “over 1.4 million persons have been displaced, about 500 persons have been reported dead, 790,254 persons moved out of their locations and 1,546 persons were injured,” said Nasir Sani-Gwarzo, permanent secretary of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, in a statement.
We want to help! We NEED to help!
To help, we have decided to sell succulents at the
Bragg Holiday Gift Shop.
Every plant we sell, will help us purchase shoes for someone in need.
There are 3 ways for you to help:
- Send money with your child to purchase succulents at the Holiday Gift Shop where they can select the plants they want. ($2 each)
- Starting tomorrow, send money in an envelope to, Mrs. Flores in C6, and I will select plants for you and send them home with your child. ($2 each)
- Make a straight donation to purchase shoes. Every $8 buys one pair. (Any amount greatly appreciated!)
100% of ALL money made will go directly to the people of Abuja for shoes.
For people who are suffering this much, a pair of shoes can really make a difference.
Thank you for your support.
We are changing the world, one pair of shoes at a time.