We have just had a pledge from Eastern Fleurieu School, R-6 Campus at Strathalbyn, South Australia, to come and speak to the classes next year. By then we will have copies of the book to share with students, which is very exciting.
With 13 hours to go of our Crowdfunding Campaign we have gone over out target and are at $11,303 as I write this, which means we will possibly have the funds to translate the book into at least one Asian language.
Huge thanks to everyone who has supported our campaign.
We have reached our funding target! This is so exciting. The book will happen!!! What a momentous day!
A HUGE thankyou from the team for all of your pledges.
But please, if you were thinking of pledging and haven’t…any extra funds will be used to translate the book into Khmer, Thai, Lao, Burmese…so that children in these countries can also enjoy and learn from the story “One Step at a Time.”
At 9:00pm tonight we have reached $9556
10 days to go
$444 to raise
= $44.40 per day
One Step at a Time here we come!!!
Have a look at this website. It has an article about elephants and landmines and a trailer of the film, “Eyes of Thailand” which is heartbreaking and inspirational at the same time.
Take a minute out of your day to view it.
With 10 days to go of our Crowdfunding Campaign we have nearly reached our target.
10 days to go.
Only $799 left to reach.
If you wish to pledge and haven’t yet, please do so in the next 10 days and also spread the word amongst your friends and colleagues. It would be such a pity to be so close and not reach the target.
This book needs to be published.
The world needs this book.
Children living in landmined countries need this book.
Children need this book.
Elephants need this book.
Adults in positions of power need this book.
The world needs it.
We are all getting very excited as our campaign goes into its final days and we get nearer and nearer to our target of $10,000.
We feel a book coming on!!
You can listen to the podcast of my interview at Radio Adelaide 101.5, with Sue Gilbey and Clayton Werner, at this address:
It was a great interview, going for half an hour,with a detailed account of how our Crowdfunding Campaign is going.