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Social Media Campaign One Cup Of Coffee Please



We are embarking on the social media campaign for our annual fundraiser at Dyslexic in America One Cup of Coffee Please. I am asking for the support of all the people in the Dyslexic in America family, how can you give your support please cut and paste the statement link below to share on your Facebook page, twitter feed, Google plus and any other interesting feeds you might use. In addition please be sure to forward this link to 10 of your closest friends to read. I believe if we get enough people to read about dyslexic in America and our annual fundraiser we should easily meet our goal.


As always thank you very much for your support: (Please help support dyslexic in America annual fundraiser Read more here )

Day III of Annual Fund-Raising Drive for Dyslexic In America


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.



As always thank you very much for your support of Dyslexic in America

Annual Fund-Raising Drive

Dyslexic in America is embarking on its annual fund-raising drive, our goal this year is $100,000. in the year 2012 are major goals are two create a mobile application for iPhone and android, begin creating Web tutorials about state laws and focus on developing individual online forms by state. Where people can come to discuss their issues, Please remember we raise money one dollar at a time any donation is always highly appreciate. Once again we at dyslexic in America highly appreciate the support we have received over the years and we look forward to a great new year.


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Dyslexic in America Dot information Is Now Open To The Public

we have begun the journey to bring dyslexic in America Dot information to the world as a fully integrated social media site this long arduous journey started January 2011 I am now happy to announce that the site is fully open to the public. With a lot of great support from some individuals and corporations we were able to launch it as a 100% free site. Please take a moment to visit the site join the conversation and show your support.

Once again as always we at Dyslexic in America thank you very much for your support

Decision Point In Dyslexic In America

Over the years in developing Dyslexic in America the primary purpose has always been to have a social media site. Where people with dyslexia, people who supported them could go in share information without a sales pitch, to my amazement the site has grown to about 800 strong users has been a difficult journey what lots of twists and turns. For a long time I have resisted outside funding because I did not want to spam my users with sales pitches, but one of the other primary goals has always been to grow site that had more than 10,000 users and support groups based in each state. As description model this goal seems highly unlikely. Now the question in your mind is why you are going into all this information. Dyslexic in America has been propositioned with the unique opportunity for sponsorship which would cover the basic costs of the site as well as some of the administration costs. This would allow me to open the site to everyone without a subscription base. But this would also mean there would be some advertising as well as more fund-raising pushes from Dyslexic in America. Over the next couple of weeks I will be making a decision on how we should proceed any feedback would greatly be appreciated. But the great news is that I had been given funding to add an additional 100 subscribers to the site over the next couple weeks some of my loyal followers will be receiving invitations to join the site. I will be inviting the followers who have faithfully followed the site; I believe you can add some true value with individual groups and forms. Once again we always appreciate your support here at Dyslexic in America.

Donations to Dyslexic In America

Have you noticed a change since the last time you’ve visited? We’re growing! And, we need your support! The development and managment of this site takes money. If you support our goals, consider supporting our growth. donate

Thank you Leon Lewis Jr.