LOOK stylish and help raise funds for drought relief.
That’s the idea of Laura Paton from Coco and Blush in Pittsworth and Toni Graetz from I Love Scarves, who designed a bull head scarf to help raise money.
“We initially had 1000 made and we’ve sold about 800,” she said. “Once we sell the last 200, there is going to be a limited-edition hot pink one with a silver bull head coming as well.”
The scarves sell for $25, with $10 from each going to charity. They have already raised $8000.
“The ones I’ve sold at Coco and Blush, it’s going to one of the chaplaincy committees in Pittsworth,” Ms Paton said.
“They’re going to be distributing it to those who need the funds.
“It could go to kids who need stuff for school or it could go to farmers who need to buy groceries, or something else that needs to be done.
“But it will be going to the affected areas on the Darling Downs.”
Call Coco and Blush for more details (07) 4550 4025.
STYLISH SCARVES: Stacey Phillips, Gail Tedford, Annette Weatherstone, Sandy Langton, Letitia Robarts, and Laura Paton wearing bull head scarves to raise money for drought relief.