Elaine and Lee are my next door neighbors. I’m usually hesitant to participate in these corporate campaigns but….the need is there and Elaine and Lee are working hard to address the growing demand for recreational opportunities for special needs folks in this community. That was enough to get me beyond my initial trepidation.
Please consider participating in their call to action and help fund recreational programming for special needs individuals in our community.
Lee and I have spearheaded an effort to develop social and recreational programming for special needs individuals in our community through our local Jewish Federation and Jewish Community Center. We have applied for a grant for $25,000 from the Pepsi Refresh Challenge. We have one month to get as many votes as possible in order to be one of 10 winners in our category. Like American Idol, we need to spread the word and have people vote daily. Below is information about the project and how to vote. You can vote once a day between now and August 31. We are currently in 87th place, having climbed from 348th in 3 days, so we know that mass voting makes a difference.
Thanks for you help,
Lee and Elaine Marcus
BRIDGES is a local, non-profit, recreational program that helps people with special needs have fun and learn new skills.
If you and all your friends vote for our proposal, BRIDGES can win a $25 thousand grant from the Pepsi Refresh Project.
How to Vote
- www.refresheverything.com/bridgesdch (click) on the web.
- Click on Vote for This Idea.
- Follow the sign-in steps. (You will be asked to create a password the first time you log in.)
- Scroll to the Vote button (bottom) and click. (The vote counter will change from 10 to 9))
- Remind your friends to vote daily.
You can vote once a day every day from August 1 to August 31 2010.
Thanks for your support.
Learn about BRIDGES: www.shalomdch.org, click on the BRIDGES logo.
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