In gratitude for our community

We never expected that a fire would make us so grateful.  Not for the fire and its destruction and interruption, but for our community. You all have been so kind and so generous, we can hardly wrap our heads around it.

Several souls have rallied around us, creating ways to raise money for Little House.   All funds raised will be used to cover the interruption of business and depreciation in value of our claims.

Mark McInyre of Norwood Cottage will be donating a portion of his sales from the September 20 and 27th South of the James Markets.  He will even be sporting a Little House Tshirt at the market!  Stop by his booth and take home one of his delicious loaves of bread.  One of our favorites is the curry raisin- yum!

Brad Hemp from SausageCraft has set up a  "Little House recovery event", at their Oktoberfest sausage vending event at The Cask Cafe on October 4.  All profits from sausage sales at this event will be donated to Little House. Please mark you calendars- we know you miss SausageCraft Sausage!

Brad Pearson, a friend and neighbor has made an online auction that will benefit our GoFundMe campaign. Check out his beautiful, hand blown glass marbles and bid quickly, the auction ends Saturday, September 20 at 10pm.

Also see our previous blog post to see the details about this week's actions including details about the Red Hot Little House Art Print.

All of us at Little House are just blown away by the thoughtfulness and gifts of our community.   You have made a very tough time a whole lot easier, and we are so grateful.