Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Ami Simms and Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative

Go do something and get something for FREE!

She has arranged with The Quilt Show for the episode on which she appeared in Aug 2010 can be viewed for free.  You know the Quilt Show is a paid for internet show about Alex Anderson and that guy I really don't like.  (I wish she would go back to Simply Quilts!)  

Here is what Ami sent out:

Watch the AAQI episode of The Qulit Show for FREE.
The Quilt Show is now running episode #712 featuring the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative for FREE. This was taped back in August of 2010, so some of the numbers are a little out of date, but everything else is the same.
    The AAQI has raised more that $722,000 for research since we started back in January 2006
    The AAQI has received more than 10,000 donated quilts so far.


This blog post will go out at 1am eastern time on June 6th. Feel free to scoop me and send this information (word for word if you like) out right away. Daniel J. Andoni, a local attorney here in Flint, Michigan, pledges 3% of his net profits to a local charity each month. Instead of deciding which deserving nonprofit gets his donation, he uses crowd sourcing: visitors to his website cast their vote for one of five charities. The one with the most votes at the end of the month wins the donation.

The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative is one of the charities listed for the month of June! We are off to a fabulous start, but it's the charity with the most votes at the END of the month that counts. To pull this off, we need to keep growing the numbers. Every vote counts.

Go do something and get something FOR FREE!  LOL.

glen:  whose mother is in hospice with end stage Alzheimer's Disease

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