Stampin’ Up! have been known to be a company full of heart and with the recent horrific floods in Queensland they again show their support.

From the Stampin’ Up! Home Office ….

As flood waters continue to inundate Australia in what has been described as the worst flooding in 37 years, we express our deepest sympathies to those who have lost loved ones and homes and to those whose lives have been changed forever. We, like so many of you, feel a compelling need to lend support to all those who have been affected.

Stampin’ Up! demonstrators have a long history of making a difference in the lives of others–especially when disaster strikes and the need is greatest. Nearly two years ago, we watched another tragedy unfold in Australia. Our hearts were touched as demonstrators, customers and friends joined together in support of the Bushfire Appeal. We’ve done it before and we can certainly do it again!

Please join with us by supporting the Australia Flood Appeal–a cause in which Stampin’ Up! will donate $2 AUD of the retail value of sales from any stamp set (with a retail value of $30 or more) sold in Australia and New Zealand from 15 January through 15 February to the State Emergency Services in Queensland.

Please help me in helping them! Its so hard to comprehend what these people are feeling and the magnitude of their loss will probably not be known for weeks when the flood waters subside.

I will also donate all commission on sales of Stampin Up! products until 15th February to the Queensland Flood Relief Appeal. If you book a workshop or demonstration during this period then I will donate a further $10 for each workshop booked.

So ring or email or popover to place your order today or book in your workshop and start helping these poor people who have lost so much in such a short time.

If you would like more information on the Queensland Floods go to the 24/7 Queensland Floods Information webpage.

3 Comments

  1. wow !! thanks Leonie for thinking of us here in the floods, I am ok where I am, just out of Toowoomba, but I have a friend who has drowned trying to get his wife and family to safety, both he and his wife didn’t make it, but their children are safe. We have family and friends who have lost so much its just so sad. It is surreal to be sitting here on top of this mountain seeing the damage the flooding has caused. There sure is some power in water when you see this aftermath, its shocking. Life can never be the same here, and its going to take a very long time to even get it back to some sort of normality.
    So thank you so much for your kindness.
    God bless you,
    Sally xo

  2. Well done Leonie and BRAVO to SU. My brother is the NW NSW regional manager of SES and he has been working hard to prep NSW for what is coming down fm QLD. He has also been up there chipping in helping out the QLDSES. I highly encourage everyone to do all that htey can to help these folk thru one of the hardest things they will have to deal with for (hopefully) a long time.

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