Yes, you read that right.  You can totally do this while helping out a great cause. 

Here's how this works. You contact Brandon, and you choose how many eggs you want. You make the donation accordingly, and then Easter morning, your kids or grandkids or who ever you've got will wake up to a yard of Easter Eggs.  They're the little plastic eggs, and each one should have a  little goodie in them.  If you order a certain amount of eggs,  you'll get a chocolate bunny, too.  Also, they have some Easter Baskets you can order, as well.  They have candy and games and goodies in them.

They also made it super easy to donate, because you can do cash, check, or several different ways online.  I know that with social distancing a lot of people want to pay online, and that's an option here.  The only thing is, you have to get yours reserved and paid for by April 2nd.

I personally think this is a great idea.  It puts the fun in fundraiser, if you will. And I will.  Brandon must be an incredibly creative person, because he's got to find a bunch of places to hide eggs all over the place.  And what dedication to the cause.  He's gotta be up at like, the crack of dawn or even before it to get out and get to each house, hide all the eggs, and be outta there by sunrise.  Well, I guess I shouldn't just assume he works alone. He may be the head of a team, which would also make sense.

Either way, if you want to help out a great cause and instill a little magic in your yard this  Easter, use the information above and get your house egged.  Well, in a good way. Not in the Halloween way.

Eggingly yours,

Behka