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Thank you all for your kind comments, and thanks Valeria for the great post.

As we get more wishes flowing into Gifter.org we can spread the word with more mainstream media. We have decided to not send out press releases, or promote with direct media ourselves since part of the experiment is to see how long it takes for grassroots generosity and authentic word of mouth stories can spread the word about a great cause.

Your help in posting this, and having this great discussion is really appreciated.

We have free wishes available and the more people use, the more we can get sponsors to pledge to support the rest.


Austin Hill

Valeria, it's so wonderful of you to spread the word about gifter.org (and thanks for the link, too). I just checked; they're up to #149.

Hart - what an intriguing idea!

Carolyn - thank you so much for the link. I had no idea that was going on. I must have tuned in at some other level.

Jodee - ah, communications, my sweet spot. Absolutely!

Anna - you continue to deliver beyond imagination. Anyone reading here should go and check out The Engaging Brand.

Everyone - please spread the concept. I'm planning to work on an inspirational visual to share with all who participate.

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