So you've collected some stuffies as recruits and now you want
to know what to do with them.
Well, you've got two options. The first option is to send the stuffies
to the SGP at the address below:
Stuffy Guard Project
c/o AJ Nordall
1929 NE Cady St
Bremerton, WA 98310
We've included the phone number because some of the carriers [like UPS]
want a phone number for the destination on their forms. Also, since this
is a business, you may be able to save a little money when shipping your
Just make sure to include your name, email address, and squad on a piece
of paper with the stuffies. That way we know who you are and what you sent.
Also, if you would like, add a little "adoption" tag to the stuffies with
your first name, city/state/country, and email address. This way, if they
can, the kids who get your stuffies can email you and let you know they
got your stuffy. If you don't want to do that, that's fine also.
The second option is to donate your stuffies locally. BUT if you do
this, please be sure to take pictures of the stuffies to send us, including
the above information and any information you can send us about where the
stuffies were donated to [that is allowed by said charity]. And if you
are sending photos, please make sure to mark the envelope accordingly,
so that the mail carriers/delivery people don't accidentally bend the photos.
And then again, even if you send us stuffies, please feel free to take
pictures anyway. We are creating a memory book for Teryl, which will include
all of the people who have been involved in this endeavor. If you would
like to add a message for Ms. Rothery, please do. Just remember to keep
it as short as possible, and understand that we have the right to edit
any and all information going into the memory book.
Remember We need to have your pictures or stuffies arriving
at our SGP headquarters address by July 25, 2006 at the
latest to ensure inclusion in the memory book for Teryl. We will still
take all stuffies and/or pictures that arrive up to the day we leave for
Vancouver. Anything received after that will be donated locally in the
Seattle, WA, and Vancouver, BC, area and will be made note of on an updates page here on