We are writing to clear up some recent confusion for some of our customers.
Our company, Scrap for a Cure, is an online scrapbooking kit business with a philanthropic philosophy. Every quarter, Scrap for a Cure chooses a charity health organization to which we donate a portion of our proceeds. We also host charity scrapbooking events, with support and donations from local businesses, to raise funds. Scrap for a Cure (www.scrapforacure.com) is run by four Brentwood stay-at-home moms who want to share their love of scrapbooking and paper arts while fulfilling the passion and desire to help others.
Recently, an ad for a "Scrap for a Cure" event was posted in the Press. This event, which is to take place in November, has a similar name, but it is not being sponsored by our company, Scrap for a Cure. The ad and a banner in town have caused major confusion for our customers. We would just like to clarify once again that the "Scrap for a Cure" event is not affiliated with our company, Scrap for a Cure.
The confusion regarding the ad and banner were discussed by our customers/attendees at our most recent event. On Saturday, Oct. 20, Scrap for a Cure hosted a charity scrapbooking event in honor and support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We would like to thank the Lighthouse Baptist Church, Starbucks, My Daughter's Wish, Embossing by Amy and our customers for their generosity. We had a successful event and raised money for Breast Cancer.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to clarify any confusion for Scrap for a Cure and we hope to see you at our next charity event. For more information, visit our Web site, www.scrapforacure.com or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Scrap for a Cure Team