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Making big change with pocket change.

We MADE big change with pocket change this past December!

Here's the financial summary of the project.

Check out some of the thank you notes we received!



Our meeting at Emmett D Williams to hand over the results!


Tom, Kay and Eric
Tom, Kay and I celebrating your generosity!

Juli Fick stuffing the envelopes to be sent to the families
Juli Fick, School Secretary, stuffing envelopes to be mailed to families

It's party time people!


How much we've raised from individual donors!
Goal #1 Accomplished!
We've raised at least $1000!

How many people have contributed!

Goal #2 accomplished!
We received donations from at least 100 individuals!

You are an AMAZING group of microphilanthropists!
We raised well over $1000 from at least 100 donors even before our 12/18 deadline!
That has earned our project an extra $1000, thanks to the generous contributions of:

Arden Hills Tire
Great China Restaurant
Great Waters Brewing
2 Anonymous Donors

And, we're thrilled to announce that Roseville Covenant Church has graciously donated an additional $1000! Many thanks to Tom and the wonderful people of that congregation!

From the bottom of my heart, thanks to each of you for making this first PositiveChange.com project a resounding success!


(Note: progress charts updated daily. Chart may not reflect your recent donation. Last updated 12/18/08, 10:07am CST

Tim, Matthew and I on Monday 12/15 celebrating that we reached $1000.


Here's me describing PositiveChange.com project #1:
The Emmett D Williams project.


And if you'd like to learn more about PositiveChange.com, here's a brief video with me, Tim and Matthew describing what we're about.

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PositiveChange.com is a group of individuals who think poverty is wrong,
and that large amounts of small donations will help alleviate it.

PositiveChange.com logo courtesy of Terry Kreibich / Bulb Creative