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Getting beads and supplies donated for a non-profit group...?

by Laura
(Nebraska City, NE, USA)

I am currently trying to find places that may donate beads and supplies for a bead making project for a Christian non-profit group.


Any ideas? Even wholesale cost would be helpful.

This group is focused on helping families that are going through a NICU experience with their baby. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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Donating Beads
by: Sandy

Talk about perfect timing, I just asked my husband if he knew of anyone that would want some of my beads.

My sister sent me her left overs and I really don't know what to do with them and I don't want to throw them out.

If this is something you would want or be interested in, let me know.

Sandy
popspet@verizon.net

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Want to Donate Beads
by: Laura

My eldest sister passed away in July of 2011. It was a substantial loss to my family.

She was an avid beaded jewelry lover and maker. She left behind several big boxes of unused beads.

Our family is trying to find a place to donate these beads to use for a good cause. Would that be something we could do for your organization?

They are high quality beads and a very nice assortment and variety. Please let me know if you would be interested.

Thank you, Laura Ott
curlyque11@gmail.com

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Beads for a beading group
by: Edith Watson

Hi My name is Edith Watson and I volunteer at the Women Center every Monday for Beading Group.

I was looking for any donations to help out with our beading. Women Center is a place for other women to come and feel at home and to attend any groups that are going on we have a beading group and a art group and a sewing group.

I run the beading group and I do get five or more in this group and we all love to bead and any thing is helpful. My email is ewatsonecwatson@yahoo.com


Thank You
Edith Watson

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