So many things I could say about this but will just say that three of my colleagues thought that they had COVID 19 and were displaying symptoms which many people agreed sounded like COVID 19. We are key workers. All three were tested. None were positive for COVID 19. I haven't got time in my life to comment on some of your other statements.
Yeah I was the only person wearing one on my last trip Aldi last week.
Fab, just be great if people actually wore them! When I bought masks online they were all, selling out fast, yet no one is South Wales wears them. There's so many people out and about and you'd be lucky to see 1 or 2 people wearing masks all day.
I forgot to mention that this is a useful information so thanks for taking the time to post it. I found the bandana mask design (in the link in the comments section from another user) quite useful as well.
Posted 30th Jan 2020Posted 30th Jan 2020
Artisan Recycled Metal Sculpture with Rustic Finish, 'Afternoon Romance' (Only 1 left) £30.11 delivered @ Unicef£30.11
From Unicef online store. Oso, the profits help the world's poorest but beyond that I think this is a decent price given what you get. 10 percent is of course not the greatest d… Read more
Well aint it like a typical mother's day in this thread, all the kids squabbling. If you were mine I'd separate you and tell you 'you do you.' Thats the great thing about having choices. Anyhoo, imo this is a good idea but we should be looking to do this off our own backs and not just because its a certain manufactured day.
Sharsharp you rude
Well then it's not charity work is it, taking your own fill before helping others... Charity is volunteering without being compensated yourself first. Owned (y)
They will obviously incur costs such as administration and they have to pay their staff. What do you suggest? Pay their staff with magic beans?????
You’re such a nice person.
Posted 23rd Nov 2018Posted 23rd Nov 2018
UNICEF inspired gifts from £6, vaccines, text books, water kits£6
Unicef Inspired Gifts are real, life-saving and life-changing supplies that we deliver to children and communities around the world. For example you can choose from Polio vaccin… Read more
Has anyone that ordered a card with personal message with their donation received it yet?
This would of been super hot by now if it was for dogs or cats.
Exactly, you're actually buying what it states rather than a generic donation (which you can also make if you wish). I bought Malaria medication and written it as a gift card for someone who I know will appreciate the sentiment.
Posted 14th Jul 2015Posted 14th Jul 2015
UNICEF CAMPAIGN - SEND YOUR MP A WORRY DOLL
Right now, millions of children are scared and in danger. No child should have to worry that they’ll be abused in their own home or attacked on their way to school. Now that the G… Read more
The Legend of the Worry Dolls Worry Dolls are tiny, hand-crafted dolls from Guatemala. The dolls are clothed in traditional Mayan costumes and stand one-half to one inch tall. Guatemalan artisans bind pieces of wood together or twist together short lengths of wire to create a frame and fashion a torso, legs, arms, and head. By winding cloth and yarn around the frame, the artisans give the doll shape. They use scraps of traditional woven fabric to make the doll costumes and wind more yarn to create the head, hair, feet and hands. Sometimes, they add a tiny woven basket or other traditional implements. Finally, they place a set of 6-8 dolls in tiny wooden boxes or cloth pouches for sale. The indigenous people from the Highlands in Guatemala created Worry Dolls many generations ago as a remedy for worrying. According to the Mayan legend, when worrying keeps a person awake, he or she tells a worry to as many dolls as necessary. Then the worrier places the dolls under his or her pillow. The dolls take over the worrying for the person who then sleeps peacefully through the night. When morning breaks, the person awakens without the worries that the dolls took away during the night. A variation of the legend instructs a person to tell the dolls her worries then place them in their cloth pouch or wooden box before going to bed.
THANK YOU FOR ORDERING YOUR 'WORRY DOLL' PACK You will receive it in the next five working days. If you have any questions then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, allow 5 working days
form doesnt seem to be accepting?
Posted 16th Sep 2010Posted 16th Sep 2010
Buy any 3 packs of Christmas cards and get the cheapest pack FREE. Until 16 Sept. Also, use CM99 to get a free Eco Bag @ UNICEF Shop
Buy any 3 packs of Christmas cards and get the cheapest pack FREE. Offer extended to 16 September! Standard Delivery - £4.95 plus, free eco bag if you use offer code CM99