Friday, February 01, 2008

Love without Boundries Facebook challenge ends today noon PST

Howdy All,
Love Without boundries is a charity working in China to get SN kids the surgeries they need to live. There is a challenge they are in, through facebook, needs individual donors, not dollars, to win. A ten dollar donation can help them win FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. I know of many parents who've adopted LWB surgery alumni and can literally say that most of them wouldn't be alive without out LWB. Please help. The challenge ends at noon. Two starbucks coffees can save a life. Instructions below from my friend Amy
Heather BT

For those who do not have a Facebook account, here are the
1. Go to:
2. Click on the "Sign Up" button in the middle of the screen.
3. Enter the various information.
4. Facebook will then send you an email confirmation.
5. Access your email and click on the email confirmation
6. Once you have an Facebook acount you should go to this site:

7. Once at this site you can donate to the LWB Facebook Cause.

You can sign up for face book if you are over the age of 13. I signed Jessica, Nicole, and Juergen up and donated for them. I used the yahoo e-mail accounts they already had (it only takes one minute to create a yahoo e-mail account and it is free). I realize this is crazy and why should you waste 5 or 10 minutes just to donate $10? But there are real babies in China that have already lost their parents. They will lose their lives if they do not get heart surgery. If Love without Boundaries wins the 2nd place prize 5 kids will get surgery...but if they win the first prize 10 kids will get surgery. Your one donation could
be the difference, it may end up being that close. You will spend $10 to go to the movies, buy good coffee, and drive through McDonalds. Please give $10 and 10 minutes of your time to give to this cause. It will be the best $10 and best 10 minutes you
spend this week

1 comment:

Sharon said...

I am with Acer on the grapes thing. They are my favorite too!! I also like to feel things. John keeps a close eye on me in museums!