Jaimes Thorpe via Crowdrise
September 10, 2011
BENEFITING: KAGENO WORLDWIDE
To help fundraise for my #1 charity Kageno (www.kageno.org) I am offering you the chance to win a beautiful Amore & Baci (Love & Kisses) bracelet, including 5 charms to start your collection!
"Ooh shiny! How can I win?" I hear you ask. Well, there's a few ways to win!
Join the team & you'll automatically recieve 1 entry into the draw.
Make a $13 donation to any team member & you'll recieve 1 entry for yourself AND 1 for that team member (who says the number $13 is unlucky? ;) So basically, you recieve an entry for every $13 you donate OR raise as a team member!
All team members who raise more than $100 for the project recieve an extra entry into the draw.
The more "tickets" you collect, the better your chance of winning ♥
Once the project has reached its goal of $1500 I will announce the winner of this beautiful bracelet and charm set (including worldwide shipping). It doesn't get much easier than that!
I will also be offering spot prizes along the way to team members and donors - you could win Australiana souvenirs, gift vouchers or any number of random prizes that I make up as I go along ;) Good luck.
Kageno, meaning "A Place of Hope" in a Kenyan dialect, is a registered 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization.
Kageno's MISSION is to transform impoverished communities into places of opportunity and hope – through the development of self-sustaining community directed programs in Education, Health, Ventures (Income Generation) and Environment. We believe it is essential to sustainable development to work with the community rather than giving simple aid or handouts.
By supporting Kageno, you directly affect the lives of people living in these communities, giving them hope and opportunity. Kageno's interventions give the community the ability to develop skills and start new businesses, create jobs, invest in their environment, control the spread of infectious diseases and ultimately live better, healthier lives.
Kageno currently operates programs on Rusinga and Mfangano Islands, in Kenya and in Banda Village, Rwanda.