{Passion Projects} Win promotion for the charity of your choice!

We want to help promote your passion project in 2011! Have a charity you love? Enter it into your “Fab Faves” by clicking the photo below and filling in the form. We’ll pick one woman’s cause and send an email out to all our members telling them how they can help.

(FOF Carol Auld–pictured above– devotes time to her Passion Project, the Nyaka AIDS Orphans in Africa)

Contest ends December 31, 2010.

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0 Responses to “{Passion Projects} Win promotion for the charity of your choice!”

  1. Fadzil says:

    I have two suggestions for ftruue shows.In light of the very interesting show you did tonight on the Hamas election victory, I’d like to suggest that you do a show on bloggers focussed on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.You can slice & dice this a number of ways: include Jewish, Israeli, Palestinian & Arab bloggers of all political stripes (that would be a rambunctious show!); include the above constituencies but limit participation to those on both sides who support a 2 state solution (thus eliminating the Jewish far right & the Arab far-left); or do a show that features Jews and Israelis of all political stripes blogging on the conflict.This is a selfish suggestion of course since I’m an American Jewish blogger writing about the I-P conflict. But I think it’d make a great show. Lots of potential fireworks & potentially some light shed on the subject.The second idea is to focus on Jews and politics. For example, how do Jews feel about Jack Abramoff? What is Jack Abramoff’s relationship to both Jews and Judaism? Again, I’ve written a lot on this as well & would be happy to provide links to a producer if the idea sounds worth exploring.

  2. Robyn Ely says:

    My favorite charity would be Oahu SPCA .
    They are solely running operations by donations
    from the public. Hawaii has a love for animals and
    continues to rehome unwanted pets because of
    abandonment. Daily on the island of Oahu they
    house a minimum of 150 animals and need help
    in feeding and caring for them. Aloha means love,
    please help support them.

  3. Maureen Mcgrath says:

    Worldfund is my favorite charity. I have supported the organization’s efforts to invest in high-quality and outcome-driven schools and education programs in impoverished comunities in Latin America since its’ inception. Ultimately, Worldfund strives to minimize the education gap and break the cycle of poverty in Latin America. Worldfund was founded by a highly focused and committed former colleague, and is now a full-fledged organization staffed largely by smart, dedicated, and results-driven women who share that goal.

  4. Jacqueline says:

    Heifer International is an incredible organization. They don’t just feed people, they provide them with a way to feed themselves and then pass it on. Building communities, one family at a time. I’m giving a goat this year. And maybe ducks.
    Can’t say enough good about the mission of Heifer International.
    Be amazed at http://www.heifer.org/

    • Margarita says:

      Francine – I would love the opportunity ..only cause you took such wonefrdul pictures at my wedding, made both of us look soooo good lol and u weren’t even trying and we didn’t even know you were taking pics! soooo we wouldn’t mind a few extra pics of us looking amazing :o)December 21, 2010 1:29 pm

  5. Rita says:

    St Judes is my favorite Charity…it speaks to my heart because I love children. Children are our future and our hope. Children need our help. We must speak up for them!

  6. Helen Thomas Poore says:

    KIVA is my favorite charity. I have been a member for several years now supporting mostly female owned businesses, especially retail, since I know how hard it is.

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