Little is more than nothing

Tsunami.
Such a beautiful name for such a horrible thing.

There are 3000 people missing from Sweden right now. I can’t even grasp this figure.

Both P and me now have visitied Läkare utan gränser (Médecins Sans Frontiéres in Sweden) and contributed with some money to help, because a little is more than nothing – always!

I hope you are helping too, when and if you can.

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4 Responses to Little is more than nothing

  1. I am so sorry about the missing Swedes Hanna! Hope none of your relatives/friends were out there.

    On top of monetary donations, I am donating 50% of my lipbalms and soaps and have donated some products to http://www.wahmall.co.uk. Also, the churches in Northern Ireland are collecting clothes and san pro so and we all cleared our wardrobes of summer clothes we can live without.

    I think the wahmall donations are a good way to raise money. I don’t know if europeans can take part at the auction, I suppose an email to Sun (the wahmall coordinator) will clear any doubts. She is very friendly.

  2. kris says:

    they released the names of the missing norwegians yesterday and the number almost halved in a matter of hours. same in denmark. we can only hope that the same will happen in sweden if they decide to publish a list of the missing persons.

  3. Lydia says:

    This tragedy makes me speachless with compassion. My heat goes out to your country and all those in grief with the loss of lives. (BTW. I just found your blog and am enjoying reading your archives.)

  4. Hi Hanna,

    I found this cool project on the net (or rather, it did found me!) and I was wondering if you would like
    to make an announcement on your blog since you are part of a ring that has people who are nifty with the needle and the thread!.

    It is about a quilt made out of different donated squares that will be auctioned
    to raise funds for the Tsunami victims.

    Here’s the link

    http://kukulla.tripod.com/tsunami/tsunami.html

    Hope you agree

    Esther
    http://www.naturallynice.blogspot.com

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