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Like the page on Facebook: "Hold A Child's Hand"! It's for a really good cause!
by thumperella14 on 7/17/2012 10:25:02 AM
Here is a good cause my friends and I are involved in, it's a page on Facebook called "Hold A Child's Hand". Here's what it's about:
There were many goals we wanted to accomplish with our project. One of our goals was to raise awareness of the importance of the preservative free drug called, Methotrexate. (a drug that helps children fighting cancer) This medication has been in short supply for some time, and we decided that we would contact the congressmen of all 50 states, as well as President Obama, to inform them of the issue. Another goal was to help families who are affected by childhood cancer. To do this, we planned many events to raise money for cancer research and financial assistance for families. Our goal was to raise at least $1000 for a foundation called “Alex’s Lemonade Stand” which focuses on finding a cure for childhood cancer, and providing funds to help families as their child endures treatment. Another goal was to raise $150 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
by thumperella14 on 7/17/2012 10:24:37 AM
this seems like a pretty good read.
by T-rex girl on 7/17/2012 8:09:02 AM
Ever wonder what other girls feel? Think you're the only one who feels this way or that? Well, you're in luck! This club gives you a question, quote, fact, quiz, or link to a video or website! Come back every day to answer and check! You can also ask me questions about anything- from the first day of school to the missed episode of Glee. Feel free to ask- or say, anything! Join my club, A Question A Day Keeps The Doctor Away.
by pretty123 on 7/16/2012 11:17:29 PM
Hey, she should understand that 25 million smackeroos don't just come to any free loader.
by zwinky on 7/16/2012 10:22:49 PM
All of you seem like really awesome girls! It would make me really happy if you joined my club: girls ONLY VIP. We have some really awesome members who are like gurus! no kidding! Please join my club!
by snagmonkey on 7/16/2012 9:48:48 PM
okay so i saw the recomendation for this book here this morning and so i bought it. I just finished reading it and thought it was a good cute read and the perfect way to waste a morning. i would recomend reading
by loveurself19 on 7/16/2012 6:48:03 PM
My dream job is a therapist. The job I would never want to have is a janitor.
by supersingershannon on 7/16/2012 6:31:07 PM
This plot reminds of the movie/novel, "The Ultimate Gift". Hmmmmmmm
by Stargazin1 on 7/16/2012 5:36:09 PM
This sounds like a great book!I have the same nikename as the girl in the book. It'll be funny reading it.
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