Aylie and Andrew traveled to Mohale's Hoek, Lesotho in the summer of 2010. We worked with Sr. Juliana and the people of the St. Camillus Centre for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children for 3 weeks, and while we were there the children made some beautiful artwork. We have used images of their cut paper flowers to make note cards and buttons in the hopes of raising money to send back to Sr. Juliana and the people of St. Camillus. Please see below for donation info, and thank you for your support and interest!

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Donate and Receive Flowers of Lesotho Note Cards, Buttons, or Aloe

Please use the drop down menu below to make a donation and select your gift. There are three different 10-packs of Flower Note Cards available, as well as a 10-pack of Snowflake Note Cards, Flower Buttons and Aloe Balm made from the indigenous aloe plant of Lesotho. 100% of proceeds go to the St. Camillus Center for Orphaned & Vulnerable Children. Please contact us if you would like to make a donation by a method other than Paypal or Credit Card: flowersoflesotho@hotmail.com

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Aloe Jelly balm from St. Camillus Centre now available at FOL

Flowers of Lesotho is pleased to be able to give its supporters Aloe Jelly made at the St. Camillus Centre. For an $8 donation, you will receive a 125 gram (4.4 ounce) container of 100% hypo-allergenic Aloe Jelly. It is fantastic for dry skin and even use in hair as is done throughout Lesotho.

The label reads:

"LEPCOP Aloe Jelly is made from Lesotho indigenous Aloe, rich in anti-oxidants as well as other minerals which work together to maintain naturally beautiful skin and healthy hair."

Please use the drop down menu and click on "Add to Cart" above to make a donation and receive a container of Aloe Jelly. Note that although the label reads "Agave Jelly" on the front, it is in fact Aloe Jelly in the container!

 Aloe Plants in the Mountains above Mohale's Hoek, Lesotho.

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