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  • Monday, February 1, 2010

    First donation made!

    I just wanted to post an update, that I made the first of what looks like will have to be multiple donations. Because the money is in a paypal account, paypal only allows me (for whatever reason??) to spend $1000.00 a day. So I will just split the donations up into four days - here is the first one thousand dollar donation that WE made to the red cross!

    This is page one - I had to take two screen shots:

    And here is page two - I blocked out my private information:
     
    you should be able to click on the images to get the larger picture.  
    And I just to remind you who exactly you are helping:

    12 comments:

    1. Thank you for all the time and effort you have put into this whole project.

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    2. I agree with Jenni - thanks so much for taking this on!

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    3. I'm donating $1 for every new RSS subscriber and comment on my post here: http://ultimatemoneyblog.com/helping-haiti-1-at-a-time if you'd like to link to it. :)

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    4. Just checking in. Have they let you place any additional donations yet?

      Also wanted to say that I've been visiting sites from various sponsors and think there was such a great group of women who participated. Absolutely loving the scarf I purchased from Pretty Stinkin' Green and am sure I will continue to visit and support other sponsors in the future. Thanks for not only letting us all band together for a great cause, but get to know one another a bit along the way. :)

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    5. Absolutely loving the scarf I purchased from Pretty Stinkin' Green and am sure I will continue to visit and support other sponsors in the future. Thanks for the site is very beautiful.

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    6. The Glam is gone but the people of Haiti still need your help
      Soon after the earthquake shook Haiti on January 12, 2010, a photograph of a mountain of dead bodies gripped Candice Anitra. The shared humanity screamed out, and raw emotion compelled Anitra to compose a song as a reminder that we are all connected and vulnerable, living on one shared earth, and responsible for supporting one another. On the second anniversary of the devastation, and in advance of the release of Anitra's sophomore album, Big Tree, Candice is releasing the track, "Today," with a video for the song, in order to raise still-much-needed funds The video pairs images from Nadia Shira Cohen's post-quake Haiti photo-essay, "Exodus" (Harper's, May 2010), with footage of Candice's performing the driving, melodic, pleading track, while editors Karim Lopez and Simon Doolittle have enhanced the piece with a retro-film aesthetic and a motion to the images that conveys the lyrics -"the way you shook this place, this rock in space." The song and video invoke a sense of urgency, and viewers are encouraged to name their price to download the song from candiceanitra.bandcamp.com The song is exclusively available on BandCamp only. http://candiceanitra.bandcamp.com/ , from which the proceeds will benefitthe people of Haiti, via Partners in Health's http://www.pih.org/ construction of the 180,000 square foot, 320-bed Mirebalais National Teaching Hospital that will change the face of public health care in Haiti. The Global Syndicate's http:// www.globalsyndicate.org "Shine a Light" Campaign to provide solar-powered lights to subsistence wage earners -who otherwise pay up to 30% of their income for kerosene to see at night -improving education, productivity, and the environment, while reducing violence against women and children.

      Find Candice Anitra on Twitter @candiceanitra Facebook at : http://www.facebook.com/ candiceanitramusic Reverbnation: http:// www.reverbnation.com/candicean

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