Mary Honeybun of Noordhoek packaged 1/2 ton a month of breadtags for recycling in the first 5 month of this year, 3 tons this year so far and 5 tons in 2012. 400 kgs of breadtags purchases 5  appliances – wheelchairs or walking frames for children immobilised by cerebral palsy or other illnesses. Since starting up the Breadtags for Wheelchairs project in 2006 Mary has purchased 397 appliances.
News of her project has spread far and wide, with two emails this week alone from people asking how they can deliver the breadtags to Mary. Carol from Australia mobilised her friends throughout the world….
Hi Viv
Mary-Honeybun with bread tags for wheelchairs

Mary-Honeybun with a collection of bread tags sold to buy wheelchairs

My name is Carol and I live in Australia and was wanting to know if Mary Honeybun and her contacts still collect used bread tags to help buy wheel chairs for those less fortunate. If so can you please confirm the mailing address. I did see one on your Scenic South website but it didn’t say what country you are in.

I look forward to hearing from you very soon as I have a small pile to send and if you are still collecting I will spread the word with my friends here in Australia and worldwide.
Many Thanks
Casino NSW Australia