Barbara is skydiving and needs your donations to add to the fun. Help Barbara and La Leche League to keep supporting breastfeeding mums.
Barbara's Bigger Leap 2016
I'm celebrating having turned 60 by doing a sponsored Sky Dive for charity. Donate and give me the courage to take this Big Leap. Thanks!
When I turned 50, my family gave me a jump off Auckland's Sky Tower. Lots of people helped me pluck up courage to take that Big Leap by generously donating to the breastfeeding support charity that I work for as a volunteer, La Leche League New Zealand.
Now that I've turned 60, I've set my sights on an even Bigger Leap - a Sky Dive while on holiday at Lake Taupo at the end of February.
Please help me pluck up courage for this Bigger Leap by donating to this fundraiser. Every dollar will support my fellow LLLNZ volunteers who help mothers and babies in their communities to achieve their breastfeeding goals.
My goal is to exceed $2700 - that's a dollar for every time in the last 19 years that I've helped mothers one-to-one with breastfeeding their babies. Yes! I really have helped mothers and babies 2700 times - and counting. I find it hard to believe too. I think you will agree that it's a volunteer effort worth rewarding.
Please give as much as you can. I'd love to exceed my goal!
Barbara Sturmfels' involvement (page creator)
I'm doing a Sky Dive (Barbara's Bigger Leap) to celebrate having turned 60 AND to raise funds for La Leche League NZ.
It's a fun (I hope!) way to support a charity whose volunteers give so much of their valuable time and expertise to help others in their communities.
Thanks to my local friends who have given donations in the form of cash. I'm just adding this note to let you all know that I'm adding 50% to the amount you give when I pay it in. This is because LLLNZ is a registered NZ charity and donations to it attract tax rebates of 33.3%. I'll claim back the rebate when I do my tax return, ensuring that the NZ govt is also contributing to this fundraising effort.
To everyone who has donated directly themselves, don't forget to keep your receipts as you will be able to claim a tax rebate of 1/3 too (if you are an NZ taxpayer, that is).
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This page was created on 7 Feb 2016 and closed on 31 Mar 2016.