Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Cast Your Vote for the Dallas Area Chapter In Chase's Facebook Giving Challenge

Chase has launched a Facebook campaign allowing the community to help decide how $5 million in charitable dollars will be distributed.

In Round 1, 100 finalists will be awarded $25,000 each. In Round 2, the charity receiving the most votes will be awarded $1 million and the top 5 runners-up will receive $100,000 each. An Advisory Board will distribute an additional $1 million to the organizations of their choice from all that are nominated.

You helped pull the American Red Cross to the top during the Target BullsEye Facebook campaign and we need your help again! We currently have 138 votes but we need you to help us rise to the Top 100!

Cast Your Vote for the American Red Cross - Dallas Area Chapter

1. Just visit http://apps.facebook.com/chasecommunitygiving/

2. Log in as a Facebook member and become a fan of Chase

3. Register your vote for American Red Cross, Dallas County Chapter (Our chapter is listed as the American Red Cross, Dallas County Chapter because it reflects the information provided on our original tax exemption id from 1911. The money received will stay in our community and support services in our 12 North Texas counties.)

The voting process has already begun and will continue through December 11.

After you vote, please help us spread the word to your volunteers and friends. Tweet It, Post it to your Wall and Invite Facebook Friends to join you.

Thank you for supporting your American Red Cross - Dallas Area Chapter.

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