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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Working On A Dream

My blogging colleague, Jack Bogdanski, is holding his annual "buck-a-hit" day today. The purpose is to donate money to five local charities that do lots of good in the community. My wife and I have offered to help Jack out this year by donating a substantial sum of money to the Oregon Food Bank, a charity that inspires us and reminds us of the lessons our mothers taught us. If you would like to help out in this worthwhile endeavor, just head on over to Jack's site. Each unique visit triggers a $1contribution to one of these charities, up to 5000 unique "hits". Just spending 20 seconds clicking through the link above will get you the good feeling of contributing a dollar without having to reach into your own pocket. Of course, if you are feeling charitable yourselves, you can click links on Jack's site to send specific dollars (yours) to any of these five groups Oregon Food Bank, Children's Heart Fund, Human Solutions, Virginia Garcia Health Clinic, and Sister's of the Road. If you find my blog useful, consider it a favor for me to visit Jack's site. This is an extremely tough year for every charity. Anything we can do to help out, whether it is spending about 20 seconds of today, or spending a few dollars of your own money, helps those charities work on their dream. My dream is a world where no one is hungry.

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