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October 21, 2007

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Michelle:

Thank you so much! Wondering if I got everyone who donated to ask a friend or post on their blog or a several folks?

Beth

Michelle and Beth...this is exactly the way the 'Age of Conversation' micro-fundraising worked...whammo...$10K in less than a month for Variety, the Children's Charity, all by bloggers paying it forward! I'll blog this phenom too and send it to our 2007 Women Leaders for the World and GWLN.org crew as it clearly pertains to the global mobilization for good in a heartbeat. (I would've kicked in earlier, but I'm so dang backlogged I missed your posts!)

Woohoo! Great job, ladies. Excellent work! An inspiration indeed!

P.S. Here's the Age of Conversation post on Shaping Youth that has all the prior posts embedded on how this phenom can work in a snap for kids & causes! http://www.shapingyouth.org/blog/?p=626

Extra donors please also give me a shout and I link to you.

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