Today we’re delighted to be sharing a campaign from the team at World Vision.
When my first husband died in 1994 as 28 year old widow I experienced a bewildering drama of emotions. One of the first and foremost of these were the feelings surrounding the loss of our chance to have a child. I knew my husband had desparately wanted to be a father. As a living memorial I decided to sponsor a child through World Vision. I was linked with Ronald in Kenya who was 5 years old in 1994 and for 19 years I have been able to give a little something to him, his family and his community. Of course, the peace and hope that working with World Vision has given me has been immeasurable.
I would be so glad if you would join with me in World Vision’s night of hope by carving a heart into a pumpkin. . The World Vision team have put together a fabulous pack which you can download here http://www.worldvision.org.uk/get-involved/night-hope/#form. Everyone who downloads their pumpkin carving guide can enter a prize draw to win a cookery class with celebrity chef, Lesley Waters.
Here’s my pumpkin!
and here are some that Lesley Waters carved earlier!
Free resources included in the PDF:
•Tips for safely carving a pumpkin
•Exclusive pumpkin recipes from Lesley Waters
•20% off a Lesley Waters cookery class
•More information on the campaign
•The option to enter the prize draw for a cookery class
We really hope that you and your family will enjoy the guide and craft activity. We hope you will share your pics on our facebook page.
Now, who’s for pumpkin pie?
Images Rosie Woodhouse at Love Skye Photography and World Vision