F) Vintage Sterling Silver Charm Ballet Foot And Slipper - Online

Hello, this is a vintage sterling silver charm in the form of a Ballet foot and slipperThe charm weighs 2,.3grams and is 1.9cm in length. This is a vintage charm over 50 years old and in a used state so therefore minimal wear may been seen. I send the charms out with the original jump ring, but if you require a brand new jump ring please let me know before payment and i shall change at an additional cost of 50p. This charm does not have a silver mark but does test as silver. UK Law states that silver items under the weight of 7.8grams do not have to be hallmarked as this distracts from the charm itself. This is not a reproduction but an original and I only have one so replacements are not available.Please see my Etsy store here for more charms : https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/VintageSilverCharms?ref=l2-shop-info-nameI post out my orders the same or following day after payment. I do combine postage by adding 50p for each additional item for packaging etc.If you require this item to be gift wrapped please let me know before payment and I shall wrap and add a small card at an additional fee of £3

Alum Rock Counseling Center: will host its annual Santa’s Workshop toy and bike distribution event for more than 500 children, from infants to teens, on Dec. 18. In addition, we would like to provide our families with a bag of holiday treats on the day of distribution. Donations of new unwrapped toys, grocery cards, gift cards, large rolls of wrapping paper, tape, ribbons and bows, baskets, tinned cookies, candy, nonperishable food, bottled water and more are welcomed. ARCC’s drive ends Dec. 17. Monetary donations are also welcomed. For more information, contact Celia Moreton at 408-240-0070 or go to www.alumrockcc.org. Donations can be dropped off at 1245 E. Santa Clara St., San Jose, or 777 N. First St., Suite 444, San Jose.

Family Supportive Housing: provides interim emergency housing and supportive services to families experiencing homelessness, Financial donations are most needed this holiday season, Gift cards for gas, groceries and clothing are also appreciated, We also have many volunteer opportunities, Please contact Christi Moyer Kelly at 408-516-5106 or go to our website, www.familysupportivehousing.org, and click on “how to help.”, f) vintage sterling silver charm ballet foot and slipper Community Solutions’ Holiday Giving: provides gifts and necessities to low-income families for the holidays, We currently need grocery cards, gift cards, diapers (especially large sizes), warm blankets, socks (all sizes), baby items (new bottles, teethers, etc.), chunky baby books, sweatshirts (especially men’s sizes) and cleaning supplies (laundry soap, bathroom cleaner, etc.), As these are gifts, we are requesting new, unused items only, For information on how to donate, please contact Paige Day at 408-846-4713 or paige.day@communitysolutions.org, Community Solutions is a comprehensive nonprofit human services agency serving children, families and individuals in South Santa Clara County and surrounding areas..

The City of Saratoga: is collecting nonperishable food items as well as new unwrapped toys to be distributed to needy families this holiday season as part of its annual Food and Toy Drive. Food and toys can be dropped off at the Joan Pisani Community center, 19655 Allendale Ave.; or the City Manager’s Office, 13777 Fruitvale Ave. Additional dropoff locations for food include the Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave., and Saratoga Senior Center, 13650 Saratoga Library Ave. Toys will also be accepted at the Saratoga Historical Museum, 20450 Saratoga-Los Gatos Road. The Toy Drive ends Dec. 16, and the Food Drive will end Dec. 21. For information, call 408-868-1249 or go to www.saratoga.ca.us.

Downtown Streets Team : is restoring hope and rebuilding the lives of people who are homeless and living on a low income by providing them with the necessary resources they need to find employment and housing, They volunteer with us on beautification projects across the Bay Area, while working closely with our case managers and employment specialists, As they beautify the environment, not only are they improving the safety of our communities, they are also building new life and work skills, There are a variety of ways to be involved during this holiday season: we invite people to donate, fundraise, give in-kind, or volunteer, Join the fight to end homelessness by contacting Marianna Moles at f) vintage sterling silver charm ballet foot and slipper marianna@streetsteam.org, 209-200-0527 or visiting www.streetsteam.org..

Unity Care’s Santa’s Helpers Donation Drive: brightens the holiday season for more than 700 Bay Area foster children and families in need. We invite the community to lend a hand by hosting a gift drive or holiday party or adopting a group home. We are accepting unwrapped gifts for children ages 0-24 or $25 gift cards to Target, Old Navy or Walmart. Gifts may be delivered before Dec. 18, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday at 1400 Parkmoor Ave., Suite 115, San Jose. To get involved, call 408-510-3480 or go to www.unitycare.org.

The Center for Employment Training: is a nonprofit job training school that provides services f) vintage sterling silver charm ballet foot and slipper to low-income individuals, including farmworkers, homeless youth, ex-offenders and single parents, CET is accepting donations to its lunch program to help students who are enrolled in its job training program, Gift cards for groceries are also welcomed, CET is at 701 VineSt., San Jose, 408-534-5360, www.cetweb.org, The ConXion to Community is collecting Christmas items for low-income, older youth ages 12-18 who are participants in our education and pro-social activities programs, This forgotten population could use gloves, caps, wallets, toiletries, fingernail polish, sporting equipment, gift cards, Donations accepted through Dec, 17, CTC is located at 749 Story Road, Suite 10, San Jose, 408-213-0961, www.ctc-sj.org..

Bill Wilson Center provides housing and counseling for homeless youth in Santa Clara County. BWC’s Adopt-A-Family program is fulfilling the holiday wishes of more than 1,500 of the neediest youth selected by the County Department of Family and Children’s Services. These children have been removed from their families due to abuse or neglect; our goal is to simply provide a bit of extra joy during the holiday season. BWC needs gift cards (Walmart, Target, etc.) for the youth. These youth rarely get the opportunity to buy something new. Bill Wilson Center is at 3490 The Alameda, Santa Clara. 408-243-0222, www.billwilsoncenter.org.

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County serves 54,000 individuals of all backgrounds and beliefs through more than 40 programs and services annually, Needed items: toys/games (ages 5-15) for poor families; jackets/sweatshirts for boys and girls (ages 5-15); warm blankets for f) vintage sterling silver charm ballet foot and slipper isolated seniors; housewares for previously homeless families; bus passes for youth and adults; babies and children’s items such as diapers; and toiletries and household goods, Items should be new or gently used, Catholic Charities is located at 2625 Zanker Road, San Jose, 408-325-5125, www.catholiccharitiesscc.org..

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