Support Military Kids with Just One Click!
05/14/2015 Published by: Amy Soupene
The Military Child Education Coalition® (MCEC®) and its Cause, Military Kids on the Move, has been selected into the Top 200 Causes for the 2015 State Farm Neighborhood Assist®. The Top 40 Causes will be awarded $25,000. These Causes will be chosen by an open voting process that starts TODAY, May 14th and lasts until June 3rd.
You can help us with very little effort on your part. I bet you won’t even break a sweat! Voting is on Facebook and each user can vote up to 10 times a day. And the best part – you can vote all 10 times while you are on the site. So visit once, vote 10 times, repeat once daily through June 3rd. You can even check the box so all 10 votes get counted at once. 10 votes for one click? That’s a bargain, folks!
Will you help us? With just a click you can help us assist and support military kids in transition. We are committed to helping military-connected kids and their families. And you can join us by voting - Quick, Easy, and Free!
I bet you didn’t realize I voted while you were reading this blog. It seriously took me less than a minute. Then I was able to share on Facebook and Twitter that I voted. Okay, now it’s your turn!
Thanks for your support!
***Help us get the word out about SchoolQuest™ by liking us on Facebook! Please visit our Homeroom on-line community and join the discussion. We’d love to hear what your thoughts are about this important topic! SchoolQuest™ is an initiative of the Military Child Education Coalition® (MCEC®). Follow us on the MCEC® Twitter feed . . . for the sake of the child!Share This Page
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