Sunday, November 22, 2009

Fundraiser Boutique for Lulu


As you may or may not know, Liz Barnum-Badger is going through one of those life changing events we’re all scared to face. Her baby is fighting a genetic disorder that has caused advanced liver disease, requiring constant medical attention.

In attempt to help Liz through this difficult situation, we are having a boutique to raise money for this sweet family. We would love to have you all come to the boutique and get some of your Christmas shopping done. There will be over 20 vendors there with different items including... Chic Boutique jeans, Close to my heart scrapbooking, Glitter Toes, Layers, Its Sew Cute(girl clothing), Usborne Books(kid books), Pamper Chef, Swanky Hats, Scentsy, Cookie Lee Jewlery, Feel Beautiful Hair Products, Watches, Photography, Bows & Hats, Vinyl. Baby Bedding, and more.... There will also be a raffle with a bunch of great prizes & gifts. If you would like to donate any raffle items please contact Tabitha Rex before Dec 1st.

Please help us spread the word and invite anyone you know that might want to come or donate. You can forward this invite to their Facebook or just call them and have them come with you.

With an expensive liver transplant on the horizon, a donation account has also been set up through Zions Bank to help alleviate the financial burden associated with this kind of medical care. The account is called "Liver for Lulu". You can make a donation at any Zions Bank. Even small donations will go a long way. Please feel free to donate anytime.

For those that don't know Liz, she is one of my good friends and is in need of everyone's help. Her baby girl London was diagnosed with a disease called Alpha 1. She needs a liver transplant and her family is going to be overwhelmed with bills and on going treatment for baby London "Lulu". You have recieved this becuase you are my friend and if you are looking for something to donate to this Holiday Season, this is the perfect thing.

I think we can all agree Liz would be in our corner if we were going through a similar situation. Liz has always been willing to go out of her way to help others - please do what you can to help her and her family.

For more information go to Please take a moment and look at the website to learn more. Also feel free to ask me any questions.