Push Lori Over Her Goal!

Lori set out to raise $10,000 in support of Turner Syndrome awareness. She brought along few friends to make the Card Heroes event reach a global audience, and she did.  Actually, it was more than just a few friends, it was a network of Card Designers!  Artists from around the world rallied behind Lori to support her ambitious efforts. Although she raised nearly $6,000, she still needs your help to reach her lofty fundraising goal. 

Will you help Lori reach her goal?

The Card Heroes Auction is open again and is now accepting new bids!
The first auction was held over the 4th of July weekend and because it was such a success, she has opened it up again to run through July 31st.  New items have been added to the auction including cards and card making and scrapbooking supplies, some are Creative Memories products that she personally donated.  Every dollar goes to this great cause.  We want everyone to learn more about Turner Syndrome and you can help by sharing the Instagram link @mulchlady6.
Lori Kobular is super busy settling the July 4th auction and mailing cards to the lucky winners.  She is so grateful to everyone who supported the event and shared, “Thank you to everyone for your outpouring of generosity and love, and for learning about Turner Syndrome and helping to spread awareness by sharing information through your social media platforms.  Many of the Card Designers are especially awesome to post what they learned about TS. Even more, they made a post about the event on their social media pages asking others to learn something about TS and to also ask their fans, friends and families to support the cause by purchasing a card.”
The auction has been extended through July 31st and the winners will be announced on August 1st.  Go to the card auction by clicking the link below. If you see something on this page that is not on the fundraiser, message Lori directly. Take a look, make a bid and support the cause!
Help us to be Turner Syndrome Strong in 2021! Thank you!!

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