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Aldi Barnardo's Round Bauble 6 Pack 1.99 free delivery 100% of profit goes to barnardos (online & instore from 27th Oct)

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These are also available in heart shapes, I will definitely be buying some for my class to decorate :) Perfect. Paint a little bauble and make a big difference! With this Barnardo's Round Bauble kit,… Read More
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These are also available in heart shapes, I will definitely be buying some for my class to decorate :) Perfect.
Paint a little bauble and make a big difference! With this Barnardo's Round Bauble kit, you can get crafty with the kids and give your Christmas decorations a personal touch. You'll also be helping vulnerable and disadvantaged children across the UK, as we're donating 100% of the profits to Barnardo's.

Each kit includes 6 Ceramic Baubles, Paints, Glitter and Strings
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1 Like #1
Heat!
2 Likes #2
Heat for the charitable benefit
1 Like #3
ordered one of each set, thanks
1 Like #4
does anyone know how big these are please? not going to be tiny are they?
1 Like #5
Heat,both ordered<3
1 Like #6
kaykayrocks
does anyone know how big these are please? not going to be tiny are they?
They are tiny - look at the image of them threaded onto sticks.

Nice idea though, and love that the process will all go to charity.
1 Like #7
Shame :( was going to buy several and give to my care home. residents love getting crafty but will find small balls rather fiddly
1 Like #8
Thanks, I think I bought the last one of the hearts as out of stock online now and so are the round ones
1 Like #9
Crapweasel
kaykayrocks
does anyone know how big these are please? not going to be tiny are they?
They are tiny - look at the image of them threaded onto sticks.
Nice idea though, and love that the process will all go to charity.

Those sticks are in fact tree trunks. The scale is all over the place.

Edited By: ScroopEgerton on Oct 22, 2016 19:46
1 Like #10
great cause and fun for kids to make. hot
1 Like #11
Have some heat. Nice deal.
1 Like #12
sold out :(
2 Likes #13
Great idea thanks op .... and a Merry Christmas to you all :-)
1 Like #14
100% of profit isnt a lot if the profit on each pack is 1 penny.

Also why not round it up to £2 if its for charity?

Edited By: RAFAVDV on Oct 25, 2016 16:06
1 Like #16
cold - worst charity ever to support - Why on earth did barnardo's close down about 1000 childrens homes after the "childrens act" come into force??...........
#17
usetheforceluke
cold - worst charity ever to support - Why on earth did barnardo's close down about 1000 childrens homes after the "childrens act" come into force??...........
For the first time in 1946, children were acknowledged as the nation's
responsibility. A report paved the way for the Children's Act of 1948,
which placed the duty of caring for homeless children and those in need
on local authorities. Barnardo's still do a great deal of good work for vulnerable children and families.
1 Like #18
creeper707
usetheforceluke
cold - worst charity ever to support - Why on earth did barnardo's close down about 1000 childrens homes after the "childrens act" come into force??...........
For the first time in 1946, children were acknowledged as the nation's
responsibility. A report paved the way for the Children's Act of 1948,
which placed the duty of caring for homeless children and those in need
on local authorities. Barnardo's still do a great deal of good work for vulnerable children and families.

lol the childrens act 1989 - why did they close down every single home?? that question never hit the news.
#19
usetheforceluke
cold - worst charity ever to support - Why on earth did barnardo's close down about 1000 childrens homes after the "childrens act" come into force??...........

You just stick to your -2 degree pizza deals.
1 Like #20
Not giving to Barnados as they waste a huge chunk of money holding fundraising nights and giving away more in gifts to those businesses that end up in bins than they get in donations from them. Total waste of money and resources.

Edited By: bunnygirlbaby on Oct 25, 2016 22:28
1 Like #21
kbinternational
usetheforceluke
cold - worst charity ever to support - Why on earth did barnardo's close down about 1000 childrens homes after the "childrens act" come into force??...........
You just stick to your -2 degree pizza deals.


Just a shame you have NEVER contributed and obviously no nothing about the subject
#22
usetheforceluke
cold - worst charity ever to support - Why on earth did barnardo's close down about 1000 childrens homes after the "childrens act" come into force??...........

The last Barnardos kids home closed long before 1989. Why do you think they closed them down?
#23
bunnygirlbaby
Not giving to Barnados as they waste a huge chunk of money holding fundraising nights and giving away more in gifts to those businesses that end up in bins than they get in donations from them. Total waste of money and resources.

Whats your evidence for this? Genuinely interested.
#24
wonder what the profit is after deducting free delivery?
#25
geisha6
wonder what the profit is after deducting free delivery?

I was thiking exactly the same thing. The same thing that s driving this as a bargain, is actually massively reducing the profits Aldi and thus Barnado will make from this.

I would say buy in store if you can.
#26
honeymonster86
geisha6
wonder what the profit is after deducting free delivery?
I was thiking exactly the same thing. The same thing that s driving this as a bargain, is actually massively reducing the profits Aldi and thus Barnado will make from this.
I would say buy in store if you can.
wont they stock them in barnardos charity shops?. i would have thought so :)
#27
part2
bunnygirlbaby
Not giving to Barnados as they waste a huge chunk of money holding fundraising nights and giving away more in gifts to those businesses that end up in bins than they get in donations from them. Total waste of money and resources.
Whats your evidence for this? Genuinely interested.

i've first hand experience with them and this wasn't my impression. But i guess first impressions count. Bear in mind Barnardos provide services. The gifts are almost exclusively donated to them TO give away. Barnardos are not a council, they are not "responsible" for children, but they mediate and help place many children, many of who are difficult to place as they require specialist care. Just my two pennies. Each to their own of course. This is of course HotUK Opinions
1 Like #28
My 2 best friends are alive because of Barnardos. They help vulnerable children, repair the damage done to them and enable them to not just get by but to achieve their full potential. Keep your disrespect to yourself you horrible excuses for human beings.

I bought 20 boxes of these, nice stocking fillers for friends.
#29
RAFAVDV
100% of profit isnt a lot if the profit on each pack is 1 penny.
Also why not round it up to £2 if its for charity?


Here you go

https://www.barnardos.org.uk/

You can donate as much as you'd like.
#30
absulute2012
RAFAVDV
100% of profit isnt a lot if the profit on each pack is 1 penny.
Also why not round it up to £2 if its for charity?
Here you gohttps://www.barnardos.org.uk/
You can donate as much as you'd like.
That would certainly be a better option than these.
#31
Tsarek
My 2 best friends are alive because of Barnardos. They help vulnerable children, repair the damage done to them and enable them to not just get by but to achieve their full potential. Keep your disrespect to yourself you horrible excuses for human beings.

I bought 20 boxes of these, nice stocking fillers for friends.


Donating £30 would have been a far better option. they'll be lucky to see £3 of what you spent.
#32
Seen them today. Opened the box, first one the bauble was broken. So have a loo before you buy. The
kaykayrocks
Shame :( was going to buy several and give to my care home. residents love getting crafty but will find small balls rather fiddly

Seen them today finally. Opened the box, first one the bauble was broken. So have a loo before you buy. They are a nice size, not small and fiddly :)
#33
I popped in my local aldi last weekend and bought 6 boxes :) just for my kiddies to decorate. they love them. decent size. bonus is that they money goes to charity. I'm going to buy another 20 boxes this weekend!

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