My homemade ‘Happy’ Uganda Christmas cards in exchange for a mosquito net!

I try to think of different ways of raising money for my projects in Uganda and a few years ago I took out santa hats and let the children play with them. They had no idea what the hats represented but had great fun trying them on! The result is the photos I used on these cards   and I love them! I hope you like them too and will buy a pack or two in exchange for helping to buy mosquito nets. They cost me very little to produce just a lot of folding, trimming and gluing, so every penny of what you donate will go to purchase more mosquito nets. A great improvement on the little you get by buying the usual ‘charity’ cards! My suggested donation for a pack of ten is £4 but offer what you wish. There are two mixed packs available.

You might have already brought cards for this Christmas but please take some of these and keep them in stock then your donation can go straight to buying mosquito nets which are so needed. This will be the last year I make these particular cards.

Thank you in anticipation!

Pack A – click on the photo to see it in full.

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2 thoughts on “My homemade ‘Happy’ Uganda Christmas cards in exchange for a mosquito net!

  1. davidessex1 says:

    Hi Gerry, could I order 1 pack please. I will take the money to Vernon school on Tuesday @11.30 when I am next in work. Cheers from Elaine x

    On Sat, 18 Nov 2017 at 18:21, Gerry’s Uganda Projects wrote:

    > Gerry posted: “I try to think of different ways of raising money for my > projects in Uganda and a few years ago I took out santa hats and let the > children play with them. They had no idea what the hats represented but had > great fun trying them on! The result is the photo” >

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