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Puzzle Fundraiser

Here’s how the puzzle fundraiser works: Chris and I purchased, and assembled, a 5oo piece puzzle of St. Basil’s Cathedral located in Red Square, Moscow.  It looks like this:

For every $10 that is donated, we’ll write your name on the back of a puzzle piece. When all the pieces are “purchased”, we will put the puzzle together and frame it between glass. It will hang in Baby Sister’s room and we’ll all be able to see the names of everyone who helped us bring her home, and she’ll have a beautiful reminder of her heritage and culture.  Won’t you be a part of her story?

There are two ways you can make your donation:

1. Click the donate button on the right sidebar of this page. This money is deposited directly into our Paypal account. (Paypal takes out a tiny percentage for a processing fee.)

2. Send cash/check. (Please leave a comment with your email if you would like to mail us a check and I will email you our mailing address).

If you donate online, please be sure to make a note or comment on the blog with how many pieces you are purchasing and what names you would like on the pieces.  I can’t wait to get started! Be sure to check back soon for updates. I’ll post some progress pictures of our puzzle as we are able to put it together!

July 9, 2012 – First Two Pieces Sold!

Our First Two Puzzle Pieces Sold to Brian Taylor & Family!

 

July 18, 2012 – 23 Pieces Sold!

23 Pieces!

 

August 11, 2012 – 28 Pieces Sold!

28 Pieces!

 

October 25, 2012 – 40 Pieces Sold!

40 Pieces!

One Response to “Puzzle Fundraiser”

  1. […] Over $900 just to certify that all of our documents are legit.  Yikes! Anyone wanna buy a  puzzle piece? If you think about it, each puzzle piece represents just one apostille! […]

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