how do you like your desktop calendar?

Sunny side up!



They’re back – The Hello Twenty Twenty-Two Desktop Calendar is here, and I am now taking orders. This year I am donating $5.00 from the sale of every desktop calendar to the Elizabeth Fry Society.

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia builds and strengthens communities by supporting women through education, advocacy, housing, employment and emotional support. (Read more below)

Calendars are $15.00 ($10.00 if you don’t want a case).



If you are interested in one (or more!), please send me an email or DM before December 1 **and let me know if you want a case**. Please e-transfer payment to meghanrushton@icloud.com. When the calendars are ready, I will contact you and make arrangements for pickup. **Non-local shipping costs are additional.**

Everyone near and far will receive their calendar by December 20.


Mockup: The desktop calendar is about the size of a CD case: ~5″w x 5.5″h

Thanks to friends and family support, I have been able to donate to Hope For Wildlife, Feed Nova Scotia, Welcome Housing and Support Services, Shelter Movers and the Canadian Association For Williams Syndrom. You all rock!

I hope you enjoy this year’s calendar as much as I enjoy brunch!

Thank you for your support!

xomeg


Here’s some more information on the Elizabeth Fry Society:

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia (EFMNS) is a non-profit, charitable organizations that engage with vulnerable women and girls to foster reintegration, rehabilitation, personal empowerment and to address the root causes of criminalization. The women we support are often at a high risk of returning to the cycle of poverty, homelessness and self-harm that can cause criminalization. We are devoted to improving the lives of women in our province through comprehensive housing supports, innovative programming initiatives, justice system reform and through building individual strength and capacity in all of the women we serve. EFMNS provide the structure for marginalized women and girls to transform their lives from a cycle of poverty and insecurity to one of stability, growth and hope.

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