[bactttoma] From Steven taylor. Open to suggestions of worthwhile charities who will allow people to work from home.

  • From: taylor family <steven_taylor10@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bactttoma@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 10 May 2010 11:42:20 +1000

From Steven Taylor.

Hi folks.

I am looking for worthwhile charities who will allow work for them to be done 
from home.

Has anyone done any of this sort of work  for charities from your home please?

What did you do please?

How did you find the experience?

I have already contacted several charities such as salvation army, rspca, and I 
am doing more internet research in to other charities as I speak.

I am of course happy to purchase any materials myself and do the work 
voluntarily as well.

I am prepared to look at knitting, sowing, will even consider woodwork under 
strict supervision from home and anything else people can think of.

Still trying to determine regulations about cooking for a charity it seems to 
vary from charity to charity and shire to health department to another shire 
and health department.

Any suggestions for work or charities I should look at are appreciated.

I have contact information for the usual charities at present.

Cheers.

Steven Taylor.


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