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Terry Gorley

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Re: One Child At A Time
8/11/2007 9:17:07 PM

If someone were to walk up to you and hand you the keys and the deed to your local mall, no strings attached, would you turn it down?

If someone were to tell you that this Mall supports the "One-Child-at-a-Time" Donation Program giving 6.5 % of the Corporate Profit to Children in Need, would you let it go?

I doubt it very much!

That is exactly what I'm GIVING you. It's an online Mall with 1000+ stores, millions of products and services, and all you need to do is shop in your own place of business. It really is that simple. And to make your decision even more simple, YOU, too, automatically support the Donation Program by doing so.

Why would anyone turn that down? Especially, when you earn cash back on every purchase. There's no signup fees, no monthly fees, and the community support built into our program is unparalleled.

You don't even have to run it as a business. If you just want to save money by buying through your own mall, it's still free.

If you have not seen My Power Mall (MPM) yet, it's time to take a serious look:

http://www.my-powermall.net 

If you want the satisfaction of helping a child, supporting your community, or simply saving gas, time, and money; then this is a no-brainer. Watch the video and see it first hand.

For being so kind and taking your time to read this email, I have attached a free eBook "101 Ways to Change the World" from the founder of "Together We can Change the World" with simple but yet powerful tips to make a diference in this World.

Wishing you the best in whatever you decide.

Sincerely,

Gueler Wilkins
info@my-powermall.net


http://www.togetherwecanchangetheworldpublishing.com/Resources/101WaysToChangetheWorld.pdf

 

 

 

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Judy Smith

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Re: One Child At A Time
8/12/2007 8:28:27 PM

What an awesome post!  If i weren't already in to My Power Mall, I would be now!!!

Thanks, Terry!!

 

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Terry Gorley

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Re: One Child At A Time
8/23/2007 10:33:19 PM

Me too Judy!  My Power Mall is TOTALLY AWESOME!  I thought it was about time I did an update, too!  Together, we can change the world!

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Terry Gorley

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Re: One Child At A Time
9/11/2007 2:16:21 PM

Regan Hart ... Special Needs Child

 

Angel Marie Donner

 

Regan has what many girls and women want, "cover girl eyelashes." And her eyes and smiles speak volumes to those who know and love her.

 

Regan is our current recipient for the One-Child-At-A-Time award. And she is one special little girl.

 

Regan was diagnosed with Aicardi syndrome at 4 months of age. Aicardi syndrome is a rare disease that affects only girls. There are only a few hundred living cases in the world. Regan was born with a cleft lip and palate, congenital anomalies of her thorastic spine, and a dislocated left hip.

 

Regan may be confined to a wheelchair and dependent on others for her daily needs, but she is a vibrant personality who infuses joy and love to those around her. To the untrained ear, it is difficult to communicate with Regan. But she has recently received a communication device that will help facilitate her ability to converse with others.

 

Regan HartRegan is unable to eat and receives her nourishment through a Mickey feeding button that her mom accesses five times a day.

 

Regan's mom wants to get Regan a power-link kit which will enable Regan to use electrical devices such as CD players, blow dryers, and even the ability to turn on the Christmas tree lights. Regan will be able to turn on and off any electrical device connected to it.

  

Every purchase made on MY POWER MALL helps us fulfill this important need for Regan and her family.

 

 

 

We may not be able to help every child,

but together we can help One-Child-At-A-Time

 

 

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Judy Smith

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Re: One Child At A Time
9/11/2007 8:49:14 PM

Hi Terry,

Thanks for this story!!  Wow .  What a great cause and only one of many more.  This is a wonderful company.  Helping these beautiful special need children is just the icing on the cake of the savings and great opportunities that My Power Mall has to offer.

Blessings,

Judy

 

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