Tuesday, April 5, 2011

listen up, people.

I read Steph's blog and from there started reading Love's blog.  Love and her mister adopted their son from Uganda, and are in the process of adopting two more sons.  On her last trip to Uganda, Love spent some time at a children's prison.  Yes, prison.  Where these little people are incarcerated for LIFE.  You can read more about the horrible conditions here.

Sixty Feet is a not-for-profit organization that works to better the lives of these imprisoned children.  They provide medical treatment, food, clean water,  and other things that we take for granted.



Saturday, April 16, is the National Cupcake Sale to raise money for Sixty Feet.  The Dayton Time crew is the only cupcake sale in the state of New York, and we want to make a big impression.  

I need your help.  I need to make you cupcakes, and I need you to open up your wallets, bust out your credit cards, log in to your paypal accounts, or shake down your sofas. 

Here's how it works:   You donate to Sixty Feet, and I send you a dozen cupcakes.  Simple, no?  We're making chocolate, yellow, carrot, spice and red velvet cupcakes.  Frosting choices are chocolate, buttercream, or cream cheese.  I have a team of people ready to bake and frost and sprinkle and package, so make us work!

Now.  If you donate to Sixty Feet and don't actually want any cupcakes, I will donate $5 to Sixty Feet for every dozen cupcakes I don't have to make and ship.  Everybody still wins. 

Orders? Questions?  Comment away, or email me at thedaytontime at gmaildotcom.

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  1. Okay, my dear. I have made a donation. I do not want cupcakes, as my booty is plenty wide enough. In fact, I don't even want to THINK about cupcakes. So I upped my donation by YOUR $5 and now we are even.

  2. That is so great and sweet of you to do that.

    About to go turn my sofa upside down and shake it.

  3. Girl!!! I love this! This is Shelly Owens -- my husband Dan is the CEO of SixtyFeet. Someone told me about your fundraiser and I'm so glad I checked it out... this is one of the best ideas out there. Thank you so much for supporting our work and this ministry. Bless you, let's keep in touch!


talk to me, people. because you know i get all giddy when you do.