Saturday, May 5, 2012

Vote for Project HOPEFUL once a day for 60 days

I am so excited to announce that Project HOPEFUL has been chosen as one of Cultivate Wines’ newest causes!

Cultivate is giving away $100,000 per quarter to non-profits via a democraticvoting system. The winner will receive $50,000, and the five runners-up will each receive $10,000. To vote, you can either register or login through facebook. Once you’re logged in, you will have 1 vote per day. So be sure to come back and vote for Project HOPEFUL again each day! Use this link to vote: VOTE NOW
We’re sure you can imagine what this much money could mean to Project HOPEFUL’s ability to fulfill our mission toEducate, Encourage, and Enable families and individuals to advocate for and adopt children with HIV/AIDS and other of the MOST OVERLOOKED children for adoption!
Please consider printing off our Get out the Vote reminder card and placing it in a place you will remember every single day from May 1 through June 30.  Every vote is going to be absolutely crucial! Also, every time you vote, would you please tell all of your contacts and ask them to vote, too? The power to multiply votes with these very simple actions is enormous!
Here are the rules:
1.  You must be 21 years old to vote.  If you aren’t, ask your friends/family who ARE.
2.  NO gifts; contests; give aways.
3.  You must sign in using a FB account to vote.  If you don’t have one, would you consider registering for one just for the next 60 days?  You can take it down thereafter….
4.  Absolutely no use of voting companies who do all the work for you.
Thank you so much for your help and support!

1 comment:

Cara Maddox said...

I accidentally posted the following on your May 14th post, and I realized it this morning... :) My name is Cara Maddox, and I pray for waiting children from time to time on Reese's Rainbow. Through a series of wild events, (I would love to share more if you respond), my husband and I are praying about adopting a little boy. Plus, this is neat, Dasha was one of the ones I prayed for several years ago :) It was so fun to find out about her adoption into your sweet family. I have a question I would love to e-mail you about concerning her once orphanage. Would you mind to share your e-mail with me? Mine is; please feel free to e-mail me directly or if you would rather just post your e-mail address on here, I would be more than happy to e-mail you. Thanks, and I know you must be busy, but I appreciate your response in advance!