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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Need help you help

So many of you may or may not know, but I founded Support Our Arthritic Kids, Inc., on behalf of my daughter, she has Juvenile Arthritis. She has had it for 3 years, and she has her good days and bad days. However I need help in getting word out about my organization especially for raising money to help with the costs, supporting our educational programs, and donating to research.


 Any ideas? Anyone wants to have a fundraiser and support a 501c3 charity? I also need to host a benefit for my daughter her medical bills are getting expensive.

You can get a tax write off... Thanks any input?


13 comments:

  1. HI! I am a new follower via blogaholics. I posted your blog to My Life.'s face book page to get your message out. I also tweeted. Feel free to like my page and post updates on your group there. Donna

    http://mylife-in-stories.blogspot.com

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  2. I have no advice, I hope someone else does. New follower from bloggy moms, have a great New Years! You can find me at
    http://wvfrugal-wvsaver.blogspot.com/
    Stop by when you get the chance :)

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  3. Your website for your daughter is fantastic. I'm a new BloggyMoms follower. Congrats on your mission and charity. I raise money for a foundation but not nearly at your level :)
    Cheers,
    Tess
    www.inlovebythebeach.blogspot.com

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  4. Good luck with your charitable efforts. I hope it's a huge success.

    Happy New Year!

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  5. Nice website, does your cause have a FB page? Make sure to make one if you done, then start getting everyone and anyone to follow you on there (and even twitter maybe?)

    Do interviews on blogs and anywhere else (I would be willing to do one if you want)as much as possible that gets the word out there....

    Also, I own a small business (www.betterdips.com) I would be willing to do some kind of fundraiser if you wanted, exp: all purchases made for the week of ____ goes to your cause... In order to make it successful I would def. need your help getting the word out about the fundraiser though... we have a FB page, and I can add it to my blog...

    Just bouncing some ideas around for you =) Let me know what you think... You can email me & we can talk more if you want....contactus@betterdips.com

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  6. I wish I had some answers. I think what Donna did is a great idea - to tweet, etc. From 99% bloghop

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  7. Hello! I followed you on GFC! :)

    Hopping back from
    www.iamthecoffeechic.com
    www.chicfoodies.com
    www.lifestylechic.info

    :)

    See you around!

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  8. That must stink to get arthritis as a kid. Goos luck with your fund raising.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  9. new follower from 99% exposure Great blog! I used to be a Army wife! It was a hard job. I am a DAV wife now. I miss moving though about every three years I get the itch!

    http://www.frugalandfabulous.org/2010/03/looking-for-giveaway-link-up-sites.html

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  10. Feel free to join my fbpage and get the word out too!! thanks for following I'm now following back!

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  11. Hi,
    I wouldn't let me follow via GFC- so I had to follow by Networked Blogs. I'd love it if you'd follow me either by Networked blogs, G+, or facebook. Google is taking away our GFC if we aren't blogger. Thanks!

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  12. Hi! I'm a new follower from the blog hop. Good luck with everything!

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  13. Hi ATW, I am not sure about the tax write off's but i have come across an organisation that could help you, easyfundraising help fundraisers by getting them to register their school or charity or whatever then their supporters, family and friends register too, then every purchase they make on-line give a small amount to their cause from the companies they buy from. i figure everything helps and is better than nothing.

    amboda

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