A new year, new decade, new look and BIG exciting news!
The Hello Twenty Twenty desktop calendars are in production and I am taking orders now!
This year I have decided to give $5.00 from the sale of every desktop calendar to a local organization: Welcome Housing & Support Services. I reached out to my local MLA, Lisa Roberts, asking if there is a women’s shelter she’d recommend. She replied right away suggesting the Welcome Housing and Support Services, which supports both men and women, but where a relatively small donation would be really noticed and appreciated. (They don’t have a lot of fundraising capacity and do really important work for very vulnerable people.)
The cost of a calendar is $12.00 ($10.00 if you don’t want a case).
In the past two years, I have made donations to Hope For Wildlife, Feed Nova Scotia and the Canadian Association For Williams Syndrom thanks to the support from friends and family. You all rock!
Here’s a look at the Hello Twenty-Twenty calendar:
If you are interested in one (or more!), please send a private request and payment to email@example.com before December 1 (be sure to let me know if you want a case) and once the calendars are ready, I will contact you and make arrangements for pickup. *If you need them mailed, I will add shipping to the cost.
Everyone near and far will receive their calendar by December 20.
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!
I also made a larger wall calendar this year and INKWELL Modern Handmade Boutique, my very favourite Halifax store, is selling the A4-sized calendars for $24. I am super excited to offer this size which comes with a fancy clip and has space for writing + notes. Please pop in or shop online – it’s a gem of a store!
Thank you for your support!
I hope you enjoy this year’s calendar as much as I enjoy making them!
Mockup: The desktop calendar is about the size of a CD case: ~5″w x 5.5″h
Here’s some information on Welcome Housing & Support Services: Welcome Housing & Support Services is a non-profit, charitable organization that provides long term, secure housing and support to low income, single individuals. Formerly known as Metro Non-Profit Housing Association, we have a long-standing and recognized commitment to the community we serve.
Not only do we support men and women obtain and maintain stable housing solutions, we also serve as advocates for social issues affecting our community (including safe, affordable housing and poverty-related issues). This has and always will be the case.