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Coins for Change Update and Overview

For those of you who remember or participated in the Coins for Change Project last December 2007, Club Penguin has posted a video regarding that matter. They wanted us to see where our penguin coin donations have gone to.

It was so awesome watching this heartwarming video because you know you helped underprivileged kids, their health and the environment which will definitely make you feel good. 🙂

Congratulations and Thanks to everyone who participated in this project. 😀

The three important causes of this project have really been helped a lot because of our support through our virtual coin donations. The coins we donated decided how much of the 1,000,000 (a million!) dollar donation went to each cause.

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation thanks us for showing that we care for other kids and their families’ health. Thank you for being a hero in the fight against AIDS.

The World Wildlife Fund thanks everyone who donated because they can now do even more for the animals, their habitats and our planet.

Coins for Change was also able to help poor villages in Ecuador, China and Kenya through Free the Children Foundation. They would get new schools, access to clean water and more opportunities for families to fight poverty.

Watch the video here: http://www.clubpenguin.com/parents/kids-helping-kids.htm

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~ Black Cereal Ü

3 Responses

  1. this iz so dramattic i like cried ;p

  2. nice review..vizit my site chena at wordpres

  3. omg that was soo nice

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