Special hearts French mobile giveaway

Written by kim cotton on . Posted in all, On Attitude & Adventure, On Health & Happiness, On Love of Learning, Uncategorized

Do you know of a special heart … a children’s centre, hospital or elderly nursing home that could do with some French mobile magic? 

We are donating four sets of L’Oiseau Bateau French mobiles to four organisations to create an enchanting wonderland for the special hearts who use the services … children, patients and carers, too. Each centre will receive a combination of six grand and petit mobiles valued at more than $800 for each set.

To let us know about a centre close to your heart, leave a comment on our Facebook ‘Special hearts French mobile giveaway‘ post (it’s pinned to the top of the page) with the name of centre and why you think it could do with some enchanting French mobile magic.

Please do not include private information about any individual, just 30 words max will do on the type of centre it is and how the mobiles ca brighten the experience those who attend it.

It could be a:

  • special children’s centre 
  • child care centre in a disadvantaged community
  • children’s ward in a hospital or
  • even a nursing home where seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s can benefit from the happy ambiance and sense of comfort the mobiles create (often called reminscence therapy).

If you don’t belong to Facebook then please leave a comment below and please share it with your friends or community.

Spirited Mama Moonboy French mobile

T&C

  • Judges decision is final.
  • Six mobile sets comprising grand and petit mobiles will be sent to four centres in Australia.
  • Freight will be covered by Spirited Mama.
  • Prize cannot be transferred for cash or other products of any description.
  •  Mobile ranges sent are at the discretion of Spirited Mama.
  • Feature ends 30 May 2016.
  • Any entry revealing information on an individual that breaches Australian privacy laws will need to be deleted.

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Comments (5)

  • EssentiallyJess

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    Great idea Kim. We don’t actually have a children’s hospital near us so I won’t enter. Good luck to everyone else.

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  • Samantha

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    Day oncology at the royal children’s hospital Melbourne where my son spent alot of time it would be a nice distraction

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    • Kim

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      That’s beautiful – I can just imagine the kids getting lost in the stories the mobiles represent. Thank you so much for letting me know about the centre. I hope that your son has fully recovered too x

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  • STEPHANIE

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    Dear Kim,
    I wish to nominate Dalwood Children’s Home at 21 Dalwood Avenue Seaforth.
    As a young child, I used to organise a Christmas play in the December holidays with the neighbourhood gang, and everyone collected toys from their cupboards, and my mum piled my sister and myself into the FJ holden and we delivered the money we raise from the concert and drinks and food we made, and the toys. The car was loaded tothe roof with toys. Mum always topped up the final amount of money to the nearest pound. Usually around 20 pounds in the 50’s. We had to write our name in the big book for donations, and this became an annual event. The little ones in cots were on the 2nd level, and could see us arriving, and all the children waited in anticipation for us. It has always been close to my heart for disadvantaged children, and I can see one beautiful mobile, hanging from the centre of the the building which is the full height of the building as you enter. Everyone who enters, and all the children can see a mobile from all rooms.
    I would like to suggest one further place Stewart House at Curl Curl across the road from the beach for children who have been sick, never seen the sea or had a holiday, from way out west.
    Two further places would be Ashburton House in Greenwich and Elizabeth Lodge Mowbray Road Chatswood 2067, both nursing homes.
    Yours faithfully,
    Stephanie Struve

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  • Kim Walrath

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    University of Utah’s Medical system. There is Huntsman’s Cancer Institute, Primary Children’s Hospital, Moran Eye Center, and the Chance Phelps Ronald McDonaldvHouse. These are serving Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and surrounding states, or those in need. I would love for each of them to share these beautiful creations, they are absolutely fantastic. Thank you.

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