Peter VanRysdam / Culture / September 3rd, 2010

$1,000 For Your Charity? How Can You Not "Like" That?

This is the definition of a win-win situation. I’m not sure if I should call this a promotion, a contest, or a philanthropic donation. What we’re doing is giving away $1,000 to one non-profit/charitable cause if we hit 10,000 Facebook fans by the end of the year. Here’s how it works.

Go to 352 Media Group’s facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/352MediaGroup. Like us (the little button at the top). Then, post your suggestion for the most deserving organization for the money on our wall. It can be a group you’re involved with or one you just really respect. Once we hit 10,000 fans, assuming that takes place before the end of 2010, we will pick the organization that has the most “votes” to win $1,000 cash. A vote means a wall post, a concurring comment on the post, or even a like on that post. The point is to share your post with as many people as you can to get them to like it. Make sense? So you can see how this really is a win-win. Even if you don’t get the grand, we’ve got some pretty big announcements coming soon for deserving non-profits that you’ll want to hear, so click “like” today!

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    This is a project that is raising money for two very worthy causes. The people posing for the photos are grown adults. So stop imposing your morals and values on others.

  • https://www.352inc.com/ PeterV – CMO

    I can’t tell if this is a spam comment or just someone confused about the promotion. Which morals where? Huh?

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    I am raising money for Cancer research within 2 months. I would like to raise 1,000 pounds but have as yet failed to create much awareness. Any suggestions?Thank you!

  • https://www.352inc.com/ PeterV – CMO

    Maybe include the link to the cause rather than some site offering stag trips?