Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Y'all Are Awesome!


At the beginning of December, I committed to taking 20% of my total book sales and donating to Nashville's charity Strings For Hope--Curing Hunger One Note At A Time. Well, the numbers are in and your purchases have help to contribute $275!

Strings For Hope handcrafts recycled instrument strings--from awesome guitarists, violinists, banjo and mandolin players, and bass players--and are accented by natural and vintage beads and baubles. No two are alike and each item has had music played on it. How cool is that?



Here's the founder Laura (wearing a SFH bracelet and ring) with the moola. Woot! Over 90% of money goes to assist existing food programs both locally and globally.

If you haven't heard of Strings For Hope before, don't worry. Go to their website (you'll be redirected to a site that handles the purchases) and buy a bracelet, ring, or necklace for any occasion.

Help cure hunger...one note at a time!

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the book and thank you for donating to such a great cause!

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