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Time to Celebrate

Posted by on November 2, 2012

 

A Birthday Wish

Saturday is my birthday, and at the ripe ol’ age of thirty(mumble), I have everything I “need” in life. Over the past 2 1/2 years we have build a very supportive amount of friends with Time at the Table with 1,030 facebook fans, nearly 500 Twitter followers, and thousands subscribed via email. Let us use the power of people to impact our future.

My idea is to build our scholarship program for our Kitchen Kids program. Teaching children the life skill they can pass down is an heirloom worth re-investing in. Our cooking class registration is only $45, but it is a luxury expense (although we view it as a investment) and we never turn away a child. As we grow and expand to cities across the state we need your help to continue this momentum.

I am asking two things of you:

  1. Give up a soda (or vice of choice) and donatejust $2.00
  2. Ask your friends and family to do the same.

This is the time where you can make your voice heard. If everyone donates $2.00 and finds one new friend who is willing to help as well, we have the potential to raise $4,120 from facebook fans, another $1,952 from Twitter followers and over $10,000 from our email subscribers. Your can help us expand our reach, connect with new friends, build a stronger network, and most importantly impact the lives of over 350 children. Your $2.00 could help serve a new child every day in 2013. Can you help us today?

Billy Mawhiney, Founder
bmawhiney@timeatthetable.org

 

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