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elegant.gothic.lolita
Extend a Helping Hand for QLD Floods
Friday, January 14, 2011, 12:02 AM

Hi Everyone!
As I'm sure most of you have heard, Queensland Australia is experiencing one of the worst national disasters to record for Australia.

I was invited to the Extend a Helping hand event by Sanura Sakai and Andel Rhiadra who created the event after the devastating floods that hit Bundaberg in Mid North QLD. Little did we know, we would also be effected down here in Brisbane.

Nevertheless, I have released a new limited edition version of Hellesent. I called it Yin Yang and it comes with both avatars for the price of one.



This item will ONLY be available for the duration of the event and can only be purchased at the event hall located here: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Adien/29/61/1025

50% of proceeds from Yin Yang Hellesent will go towards the cause.
The Original Hellesent avatar is also available at the event with 100% going towards the cause.




As I mentioned before, this natural disaster hit very close to home for me. I can't walk down my street without seeing people crying over their destroyed houses. People are pulling together in the hundreds to help strangers, but these people in Brisbane and other areas were taken by surprise and most of them lost most of all of their property. This event will help these people rebuild their lives and make things less traumatic for the people who have lost everything.

If would like to see the extent of the damage, I have uploaded some photos to my flickr of pictures I took during the first half of the floods. You can see them Here

On a related note; I have been evacuated from my home and I have no idea when I can return due to damage to the electricity system in my area. If you need to contact me, please understand that I can't be as prompt as I am usually!

Iki