Read our December 2012 Newsletter Today!

Here’s our NEW December 2012 WNBA Charlotte newsletter — hot off the computer! We hope you enjoy reading it.

December 2012 Newsletter

We welcome your suggestions for articles, too.  Please DO volunteer to write a piece for us — we will love you if you do!  If you are interested, please contact our Newsletter Editor Jessica Daitch, jessica_daitch@yahoo.com. Thank you in advance.

Many thanks to Jessica, who writes our newsletters, and to WNBA Charlotte Board member Susan Vitale, who formats them.  We appreciate your hard work on behalf of our chapter.

Happy Holidays to everyone, and all the best for 2013!

Please join WNBA in giving generously to UNICEF this holiday season!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM WNBA – CHARLOTTE!

Give an Inspired Gift in the name of a loved one and UNICEF will ship lifesaving food, water and healthcare directly to children in desperate need. 

Inspired Gifts are real lifesaving products shipped straight from UNICEF warehouses to the children who need them most. Send a gift to children in need in the name of your loved ones, and they will mail a beautiful card to your loved ones letting them know how you have honored them.

Give by December 12 and your Inspired Gift will be matched, $1-for-$1, up to $250,000.

Mosquito Nets – Give three insect-repellent treated nets to protect children from mosquito-borne malaria for $18.75.

Ready-to-Eat Peanut Paste – Provide enough therapeutic food to save 10 children from acute malnutrition for $67.48.

School-in-a-Box Kit – Send enough supplies to hold class anywhere – even in the most dire circumstances for $236.06.

You may also choose to give UNICEF cards and gifts. When you give these unique gifts to your friends and family, you’ll support UNICEF’s lifesaving work.

Finally, you can also give the gift of life to children around the world – children in Angola who are at risk of acute malnutrition because of drought, or children in Pakistan whose homes have been inundated by horrific flooding.

On behalf of the children of the world, thank you for supporting UNICEF!