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Juliet Sallette

Great post. Brilliant summation of how to make social media work for a worthy cause. This beats writing out 100 or so cards and sending them to your friends and collegues, asking for money. If you can help out a charity and save time in the process, what could be better? Now the fun part will be learning how to implement what you discussed in your post. I will let you know how I fare with my next charity outreach effort. Thanks for sharing.



Thanks for commenting. I agree. Before I started fundraising online, I used create "culture kits" based on items I purchased from Cambodians - for example - an unpainted monkey mask. I would create kid's packets, then sell them to other adoptive parents or schools - all proceeds going to the Sharing Foundation. It would hours and hours of time!

Good luck with your campaign and let me know how it goes.

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