You're just a few steps away from making a huge difference. By doing what you do every day -- emailing friends and family or chatting online with your social network -- you could get $50,000 for Autism Solution Center, Inc. Are you up to the Challenge?
How it works:
There are two ways to get involved:
1) Champion a Cause and have the chance to get $50,000 for the charity of your choice. The eight individuals whose charity badges attract the most unique donors through the America's Giving Challenge will get $50,000 for their cause.
2) Give to a Cause and help the charity you care about get $1,000. The 100 nonprofits with the greatest number of unique donations made to them through America's Giving Challenge will each get $1,000.
The Challenge begins December 13 at 3pm EST and will close January 31 at 3pm EST.
A quick note about unique donations:
To succeed at the Challenge, the objective is to get as many people as you can to donate to your cause. Duplicate donations from the same individual will only be counted once. 500 - $1 donations in this contest are better than 3 - $200 donations, as they are looking at the number of unique givers.
Please donate (even just $1.00 !!) at the link below TODAY to help ASC win the $50,000 Parade Magazine Giving Challenge! It's not the amount, it's the number of unique donors that will win this for us! PLEASE HELP and pass this along to everyone you know!
Thank you for your support!
Laura Corby, Founder/CEO
Autism Solution Center, Inc.
9282 Cordova Park Road
Cordova, TN 38018
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