A better Phonewallet and continuing donations.

Don't give up

A long time since an update. It has taken over a year to source a new Phonewallet. Not giving up has resulted in the best Phonewallet to date.

Why the best:

(1) Sourced from a 25 year old registered Fair Trade Organisation, Craft Resource Centre in India.

(2) Made from Eco Leather. That is leather processed and dyed only using environmentally friendly means. No chemicals for preserving (chromium, Formaldehyde) or dyeing, only vegetable dyes are used.

The first buyer of the new Phonewallet, a past customer stated
“Picked up my phone wallet today from the post office and just wanted to let you know I think it’s great. I love the eco leather, the vegetable dye has a lovely patina and I like it even better than my last one. Thanks!”

Continuing the donations, donations to date $3431.50

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Phonewallet BGF Donation 1502

Phonewallet iPhone 6s Fair Trade

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Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) Donation

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Phonewallet BGF Donation 1306

Sales of  phonewallets contributing to donations of $210.00 to BGF.

Phonewallet for the Samsung Galaxy S4, now available, plus other large smartphones with similar dimensions.

Total all donations to date $3155:00, yet to make a profit but as the Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie stated “the man who dies rich, dies disgraced”

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Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) Donation

Adventure

Past sales of  phonewallets contributing to donations of $95 November 12 and $200 March 13 to BGF. Yes fell behind in blog updates, have been trying to source a new maker for individual orders, plus some future modifications as requested.

Total all donations to date $2945:00

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Phonewallet BGF Donation 1303

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Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) Donation

Recent sales of  phonewallets contributing to a donation of $112.50 to BGF.

I made an error in making a donation to BGF, for the wholesale of 2 pink phonewallets, which I would usually donate to the McGrath Foundation.

Confident the donation police will still be content with the error,  just caught up in adding donation amount with consideration of wholesale to a gift shop in Bermuda (never saw that one coming), which accounts for the $2;50 amounts in the donation.

Total all donations to date $2650:00, yet to make a profit but as the Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie stated “the man who dies rich, dies disgraced”

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Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) Donation

Recent sales of  phonewallets contributing to a donation of $100 to BGF.

Only updated blog August as previously committed to having to redo the website with Apple no longer providing website hosting after June 2012. Also busy sourcing a new supplier for the large phonewallets through March to now and pleased to finally have the larger phonewallet available in Red.

Total all donations to date $2547:50

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Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) Donation

Past sales of red phonewallets and the sales obtained from the eBay store contributing to a donation of $145 to BGF. Again buyers have not taken up the Karma Currency option, recent buyers indicated when contacted re the Karma Currency option that they were happy for the donation to be made to BGF.

Total all donations to date $2442:50

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McGrath Foundation Donation

A $25 donation, since the last donation, for Pink phonewallets.

Total all donations to date $2297:50

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