And now you can help them to win up to $1 million in a Facebook-based contest of Chase Community Giving. It's really simple - just a couple of clicks and it can really help this great organization, so I hope you'll find the time and vote for them. And don't forget tomorrow is the last day you can vote!
How do you do it and how important is it to SHI? you can read about it in the message below sent from Florence Reed, the founder and president of SHI:
A minute or two of your time might just make the difference for Sustainable Harvest International in winning up to $1 million in the Facebook-based Chase Community Giving Contest. And we could really use this miracle right now as several of our biggest donors find that they cannot donate what we expected from them this month.
Facebook users can cast a vote - no later than December 11th - for Sustainable Harvest International as we compete for the Chase prize.
If you’re not already on Facebook, this might be a good time to join or you can forward this email to your friends who might be on FaceBook. If you are already a member, please take a few seconds to cast your vote for Sustainable Harvest International in the Chase Community Giving Contest on Facebook!
Quick and easy steps to casting your vote for Sustainable Harvest International:
1. Visit the <<Chase Community Giving>> site ( http://apps.facebook.com/chasecommunitygiving/charities/707760)
2. Search for “Sustainable Harvest International.”
3. Sign-in to your Facebook account.
4. Click “Allow.”
5. Click the “Vote for Charity” button.
6. Become a fan.
7. Post to your profile
Once you’ve cast your vote, be sure to tell your friends to do the same! The only way for us to win is if all of you vote for us and get a number of your friends to vote for us and tell their friends
In the Chase Contest, the nonprofit with the most votes by December 11th wins $1 million, the top five runners-up win $100,000, and the top 100 thereafter win $25,000! Together we have a real chance to add needed support to our environmental and humanitarian projects abroad in Central America. Thank you for your time and caring!
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Raz @ Eco-Libris
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