Menu for Hope V...Ready for Take Off, Monday, December 15...Benefits UN World Food Programme

Tis the season for giving...

I know money might be too tight to mention this 2008 Holiday Season yet it always feels good to be part of good deeds.

Even though I do not have all the details yet, I heard earlier this week from our friend Pim Techamuanvivit of Chez Pim fame that the Menu for Hope 5 rocket was getting ready for take off on Monday, December 15.

This once a year event involves bloggers the world over offering food and wine related prizes that you are invited to bid on. Minimum bid is $10.

All profits from the auction go to the UN World Food Programme which will need our help this year more than ever.

One thing we are lending support to through this fundraising is the School Lunch and farming program in Lesotho.

In 2007, our combined effort raised over $90,000.

Want more details, read What is Menu for Hope? (Chez Pim, December 2007)

This will be our 3rd year participating.

Pay us a visit on Monday to check our first prize (more will follow)...

Related: Our Menu for Hope 4 stories

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