As you all know, we here at A boy with Aspergers love to bring awareness to a great cause and this is certainly one of them. Please read on to discover just what the lovely tired mummy of two is doing to help bliss raise the funds needed to support premature babies …
Hello there, I bet you didn’t expect to see me here did you?
I am on a bit of a mission to hijack blogs everywhere to get you all talking about my wonderful and exhausting prize draw. Some of you might recognise my name as I ran a hugely successful tombola just before Christmas where I put 196 presents under peoples trees. As this was so successful I started to think of other things that I can do.
In January my sister in law gave birth to my nephew, he was 10 weeks early and very small weighing 1lb 4oz. Obviously this meant he was kept in NICU and then the SCU. When visiting him I came across Bliss and all the lovely work they are doing in these units to support the parents of these gorgeous babies. From providing leaflets and information to training specialist nurses Bliss are there for them and for my sister in law. I decided that I needed to do something for Bliss and bought some running shoes, I couldn’t even run after a bus when I started but now on 20th May I will be running 10k. Obviously I am trying to get people to sponsor me to do this but as a little thank you I have arranged a prize draw for everyone who sponsors me. At the moment I have more prizes than I do sponsors so it is looking very likely that people will be getting something nice through the post soon.
You can find a list of the prizes here
To sponsor me you can Text “XOGY47 £1” to 70070 or click on my Just Giving page
To be entered into the prize draw you must validate your entry here this is to abide with competition and gambling laws.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post but a guest post in support of Tired Mummy of Two, a fantastic blogger raising funds for a great cause.
- NICU support groups cradle families (click2houston.com)
- Early milk ‘benefits prem babies’ (bbc.co.uk)