Thursday, May 29, 2008

Cast a Vote for Special Olympics!

Here's a easy way to advocate and help support the great efforts of Special Olympics. This request comes from my friend Kirsten Suto Seckler, Director Global Marketing & Awareness at Special Olympics headquarters in Washington, D.C. Please take a moment and vote! Some days it's pretty darn easy to make a difference!! Thanks, all!

You know I love Special Olympics.....
From Kirsten:

The Red Sox are in the process of voting for Kid Captains - great kids who are doing good. The winning kid gets to visit Fenway Park in Boston later this year, and will have the opportunity to provide input on the charitable endeavors the Red Sox will support through their kids program.

William W. wants the Red Sox to focus on Special Olympics and the lessons kids learn from acceptance and inclusion. William's sister Annie is 15, has Down syndrome and is a Special Olympics athlete.

Please take a moment to vote for William W. in 4 easy steps...
1) Visit:
2) Click Vote now
3) Click the box next to William W. (last on the list)
4) Fill in your information.
One of our new goals is to reach out to as many kids as possible and what better way than through the Red Sox. Voting ends on June 22.

Thanks! Kirsten
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