Chase Community Giving- Support Wolves!

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Chase Community Giving- Support Wolves!

Post by drake852456 » Sat Apr 23, 2011 2:38 pm

The International Wolf Center in Ely, MN is in the running for money from Chase. The international wolf center supports wolves through educating near and far (utilizing remote instruction via live web and video technology). It also has a museum dedicated to wolves and their history, as well a an ambassador wolf pack for viewing and researching (big windows and web cams that update every five seconds help). They are a great organization and really deserves the money to make their operation even more effective. Check them out on http://www.wolf.org.

There are two rounds, and if the center wins in the first, you can vote for it again in the second. You've ten votes in the first round, and five in the second (you can't put all of them in one organization). The first round is worth $25,000, and the second up to $500,000. Please click the link below to vote. You'll need to sign into Facebook and "like" Chase Community Giveaway, which can be done after clicking "Vote" The link to the amazing opportunity is below

http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A ... Vh&h=1fa91

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Re: Chase Community Giving- Support Wolves!

Post by Canidae » Sat Apr 23, 2011 5:41 pm

Normally advertising-type topics like this aren't allowed, but seeing as WolfQuest is supported by the International Wolf Center, I think it's perfectly reasonable for us to help them out a little bit in return. :]


I've personally already voted for them, but I highly encourage anybody who hasn't done so yet to participate!
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