Author Emily Dietle
My focus is on state-church separation & social issues. I'm an avid reader, and feel that one of our most valuable tools is the free movement of information and ideas. | @emilyhasbooks
The Secular Student Alliance and Camp Quest, two great organizations that hopefully you’re familiar with, have both been nominated for the Chase Community Giving program. Each organization has the potential to win up to $250,000, and this will best be achieved with your involvement.
How it Works
You have two votes, and they must be used for different organizations- queue SSA & Camp Quest. The charity with the most votes will receive a whopping $250,000 …and the prizes keep going:
$250,000 to the Charity receiving the most votes;
$100,000 to the next ten runner’s-up Charity;
$50,000 to the next thirty-five runner’s–up Charity;
$20,000 to the next fifty runner’s-up Charities;
$10,000 to the next one-hundred runner’s-up Charities
What You Need To Do
Voting begins today! So, go to the following two pages and place your votes. After that, share links daily until the 19th. Using a auto-post app (Hootsuite/Tweetdeck, etc) you can schedule tweets & facebook posts in advance. Personal emails to friends and family can also be successful, especially when you explain what these organizations mean to you, and what they do for others. This IS achievable!
After publishing this post, I’ve been alerted that the fabulous Foundation Beyond Belief also has a voting page. You can choose two of the three organizations, or you can get a third vote if you share about voting on facebook or or twitter through Chase. Also, if you bank with Chase, you receive two bonus votes!