Multiple Births Canada’s Fundraiser

Posted on December 6, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

Hi there!

This is to let you know about Lynda Haddon’s fundraiser to benefit Multiple Births Canada.

Multiple Births Canada has partnered with Mabel’s Labels, North America’s leading provider of personalized labels for the stuff kids lose, for this exciting, environmentally friendly, paperless campaign.

Mabel’s Labels’ products will help keep our ‘lost and found’ empty and make identifying litterless lunch containers a breeze. With personalized text and choice of colours and icons, their super durable sticky and clothing labels are as fun as they are practical. Here are some of our favourites:

  • Sticky Labels – these are microwave and dishwasher safe, and UV resistant
  • Skinny-Minis™ – just like Sticky Labels , only smaller
  • Shoe Labels – fit inside shoes perfectly and really stick
  • Iron-Ons – washer, dryer, wear ‘n tear resistant clothing labels
  • Tag-Mates™ – no sew, no iron, stick-on clothing labels
  • Bag Tags – made of durable metal; perfect for look-a-like backpacks
  • Teeny Tags™ – smaller metal tags for lunch boxes, pencil cases …
  • Allergy Alerts – ideal for food containers and travel gear

View these and other great Mabel’s Labels’ products here: http://mbc.mabel.ca

Just click on this link and place your order. It really is that easy!

Thank you in advance for supporting Multiple Births Canada.

We hope you will love your Mabel’s Labels!

P.S. Spread the word! Forward this email to friends and family.
On Facebook? Follow Twitter? Write a blog? These are great ways to promote this fundraiser!

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