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PayPal Account Up and Running – Donate Online to Help the Hinche Scholars

May 27, 2010

We are quite excited that the I Have a Dream Foundation’s PayPal account is now operational. This means that you, your friends, family, and co-workers can take just two minutes and make a hassle-free, secure online donation. Just follow this link to the I Have a Dream Foundation website and click on their PayPal link on the sidebar at left.

Follow this LINK
All you have to do is click on this link. All contributions are fully tax deductible. Also, please know that 100% of your donation goes directly to feeding, housing, clothing, and educating the six Hinche Scholars.

Please consider making a contribution (any amount will help) so that we can help these displaced Haitian university students as they pursue higher education here in the U.S.

For more information, please peruse our website’s previous posts or visit us on facebook – just search “Hinche Relief.” Feel free to contact us anytime by leaving a comment or calling us at 757-645-1975.

Share our message and our project with everyone you know. Our Goal: to raise $11,000 by June 19! With the contribution that Barber-Scotia has already made of a 2/3 scholarship for the students, this remaining amount is is vitally needed for the final push. Your contributions will directly be used to feed and house the six students. We are so close, and with your help the students will be here this fall!

Also please contact us if you’re interested in travelling to Haiti. Hinche Scholars would also be honored to share our message with your group, organization, or workplace. Please contact us if you are interested in a presentation about Haiti.

Thank you!!!

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