Monday, April 15, 2013

How Can You Help With $26? #monkeydo

How much value do you place on $26? For some people that is a drop in the bucket. An amount so small that it might not be missed at all. For others $26 may mean the difference between paying all of the bills or only some of them. For yet another group $26 may be all the money they have for a week, two weeks, or even longer.

Could you give $26 to help a child?

The Monkey Do Project has many ways that $26 can help people in Appalachia, one of the poorest regions of the United States. Many of these projects are ongoing but there is one with a firm deadline. The organization needs 2000 people to donate $26 each by July 1 in order to meet their commitment to providing backpacks with a book, healthy snacks, and school supplies to children in Ohio. This is a need that cannot be met without help! Please visit Pave the Path with Monkeys to donate directly using PayPal.

I know that money is tight for a lot of us right now. If you can't donate, please help by spreading the word. We need to get this need in front of as many people as possible to be able to reach the goal of giving out 2000 backpacks to children who need them.


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