Thursday, November 20, 2008

Make A Difference...

I wanted to share with all of you a program that is changing the lives of some inner city kids. The program is called E CITY. I was fortunate enough to be introduced to this program a few years back. My company, FreeLife, made a sizable donation to this program through their GOJIKIDS foundation.

E CITY believes that kids in the inner city, "who have mental toughness, street smarts, survival instincts and creativity, can put those innate traits to productive use, if shown how." The E CITY program engages students with mentors in their community which, in turn, helps them to see the connection between academics and “real life.” I was privileged enough to be able to present my FreeLife opportunity to these kids. Everyone especially with today's economic climate is looking for a "WAY OUT." I not only showed them my business but introduced them to the world of network marketing. We discussed FreeLife, Avon, MaryKay, Pampered Chef and many other mlm/network marketing companies. They could not believe that their were opportunities to own their own business without laying out several thousands of dollars. It was wonderful to answer all of their questions and just spend the day with them.

With E CITY more than 900 Cleveland area students have entered in the E CITY business plan competitions for cash awards since 2002.

Here is a video of one success story from E CITY

E CITY is a tax exempt, nonprofit organization that offers its entrepreneurship and life skills programming for no charge to its students. Right now they are in need of donations.

How will your gift make a difference to E CITY? Judge for yourself:
$1,000 sponsors one student for an E CITY program
$500 will provide one field trip for 25 E CITY students
$250Three E CITY class field trips to local businesses.
$100Two E CITY BizBags, which contain business supplies for the E CITY graduates.
$25 One E CITY class textbook for one E CITY student.

If you are open to helping out these students please visit the ECITY website donation page here.

I know this is a challenging time for many but the children of this country are our future - If you feel you need to donate to an organization in your community then maybe you can check out the E CITY website for partner organizations.

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