Sometimes we can be overwhelmed by choice – whether it is flavours of chocolate, colours of scarves or design of hand embroidered cards the choice is there. We may struggle to decide but we still expect to have that choice.
There are very few people who don’t like a bargain. So how about this for an excellent offer; until 17 May, donations to Tearfund’s Matched Giving Appeal will be doubled by the UK government, up to £2 million.
Tearfund is a Christian relief and development charity; introducing themselves saying; ‘we’re following Jesus where the need is greatest.
Premier Christian Radio has recently been focusing on the work of CAP (Christians Against Poverty). I hope the following helps you to understand the lives they are changing.
Do you agree with this statement? I think it is the basis for putting New Year resolutions into action. Several customers who want reduce their plastic waste have enquired at fair2all how our refills work.
As I look forward to 2019 I am hoping to build on some of the plans that have been laid in 2018.
Up until two years ago, every single day was a new battle for Patience and her family in Alwego, Tanzania. But today, things couldn’t be more different. Here is her amazing story.
Toilets may not be something that most people get excited about, but I was very excited to read the following in the Autumn Tear Times...
Worried about your Christmas Shopping? Come and meet the Calmer Llama and its friend the No Problama Llama!
I previously wrote about the crisis in Yemen about 8 months ago and if I am honest I am not sure how much I have prayed or even thought about the plight of the people of Yemen since.
Until Boxing Day 2004 I think I had no conscious idea of what a Tsunami was. In January 2006 I had the privilege of visiting Sri Lanka.
‘Well really, I don’t believe it!’ was the comment of a passing pedestrian when she saw fair2all’s ‘Christmas Window’ which had been prepared to house our live Fairy and Elf for Ashby’s Fabulous at the beginning of October. Their message being that Ashby