Early this morning I received this note from a childhood friend, Galit Goldshmid, "Wanted to update you re the Servathon - I baked momufuku compost cookies (twice) for a charity bake off, and again for a charity bake sale. The bake off raised over £300 for the English "Red nose day" charity, whilst the bake sale raised over £100 for my local village school. Great way to honour your sister."
I also heard from Ellen Brodsky who said, "I have been reading about Stacey's Serve-A-Thon, which is such a lovely tribute. I have been visiting a Congolese family who is seeking political asylum. T have become friends and I visit them every Wed to try to help with some basic things, as well as get the kids to a Playgroup. After reading about the Serve-a-Thon, I also bring them a home cooked meal on Wednesdays. Take care, Ellen" I also donated one hour's pay to the OUT Youth Theatre Project, which was created by Ellen.
There is just one more day in Stacey's Serve-a-Thon. Tomorrow is the fifth anniversary of Stacey's passing and will bring this year's event to an end. Please be sure to let me know what you have done for service so I can post about it. -Kate