Monday, August 20, 2012

The Sisterhood Ninja Cookie Drop


The Sisterhood are onto their next mission! A super secret nationwide ninja cookie drop!

The Sisterhood are a (large and growing) group of women all around New Zealand, our sole aim is to bring smiles to otherwise bleak days, we love to surprise nominated women with gifts and love, sent from strangers "just because". Anyone can be involved! 

There are two parts to this mission, first, we need bakers, then, we will need nominations. Here are the details for both:


The Bakers:

  • Commit to baking for a deserving Sister(s) in your neighbourhood
  • You have one week to sign up. (20th-25th August)
  • Its your job to be an excellent ninja. Keep their details private, move in stealth, don't be seen!
  • Bake as much as you would like but you will need to inform us so we can allocate you the right number of nominations
  • You can bake anything (not just cookies), but have it cut up into pieces for easy family sharing
  • Once you sign up, you will be sent Sisterhood poems and ribbons to decorate your baking with
  • Its your responsibility to package the cookies in a clean container and make them presentable
  • You will be emailed your drop off locations by 8am on Saturday 1st September.
  • Baking will need to be labelled (incase of allergies, tastes etc) and dropped off on the 1st or 2nd September
  • You may be asked to take photos of your baking and write a small blurb about what its like to participate and be involved in The Sisterhood. These are both optional :)
SIGN UP to be a baker HERE 

The Nominations
  • Once we receive all of our baking registrations we will open up nominations, these will only be available in particular regions of NZ (depending on where our bakers are and how much they can do)
  • Nominations for cookie drops will be open from 26th-31st of August. 
  • Baking will be dropped of on the 1st or 2nd of September


35 comments:

  1. awesome idea Sophie - love it!

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    1. Nice to do something different that can include a few more people!

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  3. Awesome idea - and glad its to do something I am good at!

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  4. awesome, something I love doing and wishing I was in NZ!!!

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  5. Dang! I am going away that weekend, I would so be in. Unless I could do a late nite ninja mission perhaps?

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  6. This is amazing, I'm in! :)

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  7. This is so wonderful & amazing, i love what you're doing. I often think of Christchurch & how you must be hurting, i can only imagine your Sisterhood doing such uplifting work with your gang of surprise ninjas this time round!! Love Posie

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    1. Thanks Posie!

      Love that this can rise out of the ashes so to speak!

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  8. I LOVE this! Thank you for the great idea!

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  9. Yay! I'm so excited!! How do we join the sisterhood?

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    1. Hi Gabrial! I see you've figured that out yourself! ;)

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  10. OK.
    I read this and gulped. Me ninja not-so-,uch.
    BUT I came back to it.
    Because I just LOVE the idea.
    And I reckon i can get my kids to help bake and decorate cookies to ninja-drop.
    So *closing eyes and crossing fingers hoping for the best* COUNT ME IN
    I am pretty flippin awesome at choc chip cookies. I reckon i can bake enough for 4-5 peeps? Can be gluten free easy peasy. If I get dark choc chips I could do choc chip anzac biscuits and make them dairy free instead?
    (If you need allergy-type baking)
    x

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    1. On behalf of everyone, thank you for having a soft moldable heart <3

      (a great chance to teach kids more about generosity and loving their neighbours??)

      Not sure on allergy baking tbh, I'm thinking it will be an administration nightmare. Will have to figure something out!

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  11. I wish I lived in New Zealand!! I think this is a fantastic idea and I'm totally going to start my own branch here in my small town

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  12. Hi Sophie, I'm going out to spend the day with my mum that day and we are both really keen to help with this too, are we too late to sign up as bakers?? Please email details, we can do dairy or gluten free if it helps :-) have been wanting to do something for the sisterhood and this is right up my alley, and it's even more awesome to get to do it with my mum as well :-)

    I hope it's not too late!

    Amy :-)

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  13. Am I too late to sign up as a baker? I'm going out to visit my mum that Saturday and we thought it would be good to do together :-) Please say we can still help...

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  14. OMG!!! i just got a ninja 'brownie' drop! What a most incredbily wonderful idea! I am smiling and so are both the kids. I had NO idea about this, so what a surprise! Thanks for thinking up such a generous idea! I want to be involved in the next one!!

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  15. Have just received a sisterhood bakers gift on my doorstep!!!what a blessing it was to have got this given to me, and what a smile it has put on my face knowing that someone was thinking of me.....feeling very blessed on this first day of spring, much love to the generous person or people involved in my parcel!!!!!
    Greer

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  16. Hi there to all you hind hearted wonderful sisters. I just recieved the biggest suprise in my letterbox this morning. I was so touched that someone had sent me such a lovely gift. Thank you to the kind person who baked some very delicious biscuits for me and my family we are enjoying them, and to the specal person who nominated me. Together you have absoloutley made my weekend and I cant stop smilling. So THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!! Niki McOnie :)

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  17. What a beautiful idea and generous in spirit too. :)

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