Sunday, August 23, 2009

Stamps Help Britain's Blind

Britain's Echo website reports Terri Bush, 41, is desperately seeking help to sort through sacks of stamps to raise money for charity.

Terry is the volunteer stamp appeal co-ordinator for the local branch of the Royal National Institute of the Blind.

She has around 30 sacks of stamps, and needs to separate British ones from those of overseas origin.

They will then be sold to stamp collectors to raise cash for the charity.

Terry (shown above) is quoted as saying, “This is an easy job, but we have so many sacks. If a reader gets a bag and does not enjoy doing it, we will not be offended, even if they give the stamps back before they have finished it.”

To help, or to donate more used stamps, you can call Terri at 01268 565646.
For more information on the Royal National Institute of the Blind stamp donation program, click here.
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posted by Don Schilling at 12:01 AM