I was challenged by Wayfair to #BlogItForward in January to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. They raised £2600 in December and we have until 31st January to help raise even more.
All you have to do is a good deed, grab the badge from their website, write a post about it and how you gave back and then challenge 2 other bloggers to do the same.
For every post written before 31st January, Wayfair are giving £50.00 to Habitat for Humanity.
So I decided to give back by going through my little boys toys and clothes, and give all the baby toys and clothes that are too small to our nursery.
With toys I would usually just throw them in the bin, and the clothes are in boxes in the garage we have so many now. They were due to go to the charity shop.
It just made perfect sense to give them to nursery. Little man always ends up in different clothes when they take part in messy play. If I have forgotten to bring him in some clothes they will always find something for him to wear.
So I felt like they would definitely be put to better use there than in my garage.
It is an expense for the nurseries to keep investing in toys. The majority of the toys my little boy had at home, he hardly played with so they were all in good condition. Rather than putting them in the bin or taking them to the charity shop, sending them to nursery for the baby room to use was the right thing to do.
So my good deed for the day on Monday this week was sending in a bag of clothes and toys for my little boys nursery.
Busy Working Mummy XOXO