Hallelujah Toffee – It is available!

The online store is open at http://hallelujahtoffee.org/  for Hallelujah Toffee.  If you are in Northern Nevada it is also available at a few craft fairs which are listed on the website.

I am so glad that I got to volunteer with Hallelujah Toffee again this year.  We made over 4,000 lbs of toffee in less than three weeks!  This year I was able to help by cooking and packing toffee into bags.

A friend asked and it is all made by hand with love by volunteers in single pan batches.  It definitely doesn’t taste like normal store bought toffee.

So if you want to buy some great, handmade toffee and support a great cause then please buy a box.

My only warning is it is addicting and we are selling out earlier and earlier each year even though we make over 4,000 pounds.

100% of our profits go directly to 40 well-deserving students from the slums of Kenya, each with their own personal story of difficult circumstances and even stronger resolve. Affectionately referred to as our “Candy Kids,” these secondary students are now receiving a full year of education, room and board, mentoring, an emergency medical fund, and summer camp experiences during their holiday months.

http://hallelujahtoffee.org/

What organizations do you volunteer with?

Later – Heather

Hallelujah Toffee

For November I want to focus on the positive. We will see if I can post daily.  If there are no photos, etc involved I will have a higher chance.

Today I am glad that I get to volunteer with Hallelujah Toffee.

http://hallelujahtoffee.org/

This year I was able to help by cooking and packing into bags, helping at the boxing party and I will be helping sell it at a craft fair.

Oh, and by the way, the online store is open as of today so if you want to buy some great, handmade toffee and support a great cause then please buy a box.

My only warning is it is addicting and we are selling out earlier and earlier each year even though we make over 4,000 pounds.

100% of our profits go directly to 40 well-deserving students from the slums of Kenya, each with their own personal story of difficult circumstances and even stronger resolve. Affectionately referred to as our “Candy Kids,” these secondary students are now receiving a full year of education, room and board, mentoring, an emergency medical fund, and summer camp experiences during their holiday months.

What organizations do you volunteer with?

Later – Heather