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"We'll match you, dollar for dollar"



Not long ago I posted a Blog about this wonderful organization and how they are helping inner city youth experience life outside of the city. I think this is great because it is at no expense to the children and could make a world of difference in their lives. Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks so!

A group of generous donors has decided to match all donations received in the month of June, dollar for dollar.


Please donate by June 30th so that your donation can be matched. If you'd thought about this before and thought to yourself, "$25.00 is nothing." This is the time to erase that thought. This month $25.00 is $50.00. So if you can spare it, and you feel that this is a good cause, please contribute to The Fresh Air Fund.



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  1. Whoo, you got a lot going on on your awesome site. Following you from MBC. Glad to connect.

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  2. Thanks for posting the info. I'm following your blog from MBC 100 Club. I'd love for you to visit mine at www.heartsandhands.blogspot.com.

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  3. Stopping by from MBC to follow and say hello :)

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  4. What a great thing they are doing matching the donations!! Too cool!!

    Came by from MBC under 100 followers. Come follow my blog!

    Vanessa

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  5. I have their button on my blog as well! I think it's a wonderful organization too!!!

    I'm following you through MBC!

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