We are embarking on our annual fundraiser at Dyslexic in America One Cup of Coffee Please 2013. I am requesting that everybody who follows dyslexic in America donate the amount of one cup of coffee. Every day I go to Dunkin’ Donuts and give the nice lady $2.25 for one cup of coffee, could $2.25 really make a difference. The answer is yes we have approximately 9000 followers at Dyslexic in America if each follower would donate $2.25 it would go a long way to meeting our goal) http://www.gofundme.com/dyslexicinamerica
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PS For those of you who are very comfortable with technology, we will grant you all the access you need to complete your task. For those of you who are uncomfortable with technology we will make arrangements so all your ideas and information can also be posted. All ages welcome if you are a Student. I would highly encourage you to blog about your experience and day-to-day activities; this will greatly help other people of your age group see the immense possibilities of their lives.
The primary purpose of this social media group is to help support people who are looking for information and resources about dyslexia, without a sales pitch. To have a place to come for resources and information about dyslexia as well as to provide information about, state laws, federal laws and a host of other topics to have a common community with a common goal. Another one of my primary goals is to have a website where people can come free of charge to find information and resources and share personal stories as well as information with other people. http://dyslexicinamerica.info/
After careful consideration of the annual fundraiser for Dyslexic in America I have decided to name this campaign One Cup Of Coffee Place. I am requesting that everybody who follows dyslexic in America donate the amount of one cup of coffee. Every day I go to Dunkin’ Donuts and give the nice lady $2.25 for one cup of coffee, could $2.25 really make a difference. The answer is yes we have approximately 4000 followers at Dyslexic in America if each follower would donate $2.25 it would go a long way to meeting our goal of $100,000..(Why Should I Support The Annual Fundraiser for Dyslexic in America)
As always thank you very much for your support you can Donate here http://www.gofundme.com/22ukw
Why should I support the annual fundraiser for Dyslexic in America
One administrative assistant $27,000 a year
part-time instructional design and part-time researcher $45,000 a year
Web hosting and administration costs $3000
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This social media network, Dyslexic in America, help support people who are looking for information and resources about dyslexia, without a sales pitch. Currently, 15% of Americans suffer from dyslexia; we provide a place to come and for resources and information relating to colleges and universities, K-12 educational institutions, and a host of other topics of interest about dyslexia. People can not only find information and resources, but share personal stories, challenges, and successes with other like-minded people. Our purpose is to have a common community with a common outcome: awareness and assistance for dyslexics in America.
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