Monday, 1 July 2013

Woking Hospice Fundraising

Some of you may remember a previous post regarding a lovely lady called Lorraine Unwin who has been raising money for her local hospice by selling cards she's made using Kraftyhands donated kits.

We were thrilled to learn that Lorraine had raised over £1,500 in her fund raising. Lorraine popped into the Sincerely Yours Papercraft Show at the Mountbatten Centre in Portsmouth this weekend to present us with this certificate for our help in her fundraising.

We're thrilled that she's been able to raise so much money for the hospice which does fantastic work for people living with life-limiting illnesses.

We're happy to help fundraising of this kind and will continue to do so as long as we're able. So keep up the great work Lorraine and you can count on our continued support.


  1. Well done Lorraine,that's fantastic.
    Sylvia x

  2. Congratulations Lorraine a fabulous amount for such a worthy cause.

    Linda xxx

  3. wonderful news - brilliant - well done x

  4. Well done Lorraine, that's a fantastic amount.
    Thanks Mike and Ian for your support, I'm proud to know you x

  5. A good news story here . Well done Lorraine . A lovely certificate of appreciation is a great acknowledgement of generosity from Mike and Ian .
    Cheers Shirley-Anne

  6. Well done Lorraine a great achievement for a worthy cause. Well done boys. xx

  7. Lorraine Unwin3 July 2013 at 20:40

    Thank you, ladies, for your kind and encouraging comments. One of the nice things about making cards for charity is that you get to meet such lovely people and you discover how much kindness there is in the world. A huge thank you to Mike and Ian for their support of a charity which is nowhere near them geographically. As someone who makes up their beautiful toppers into cards which sell really well, I can and do recommend their products and would do so quite irrespective of them being such great guys! Will have to wear higher heels next time we meet - I feel like a hobbit seeing this picture! Have a good summer everyone.
    Best wishes,
    Lorraine Unwin.