VOTE TODAY TO SUPPORT INVISIBLE CHILDREN’S WORK TO ARREST JOSEPH KONY AND STOP THE USE OF CHILD SOLDIERS IN CENTRAL AFRICA.
Invisible Children is a finalist in the Chase Community Giving Facebook competition to win $1,000,000 for our ‘big idea’ of ending Africa’s longest running war.
The competition started last month with tens of thousands of small non-profits and we made it through to the finals. The voting ends TODAY at midnight EST and every vote counts.
Invisible Children has worked extensively with the Enough Project over the last three years to mobilize and advocate for the end of Joseph Kony’s mass atrocities and forced child abduction in Central Africa.
Additionally, this contest started before the devastating earthquake hit Haiti last week and with no Haitian non-profits represented in the 100 finalists, Invisible Children felt compelled to support Haiti during this time of crisis. Therefore, if we win the Facebook competition we will spend $100,000 from funds raised this holiday season to provide direct relief services in the areas hit hardest.
Please go here and take 30 seconds to cast your vote for Invisible Children.
If you do anything today, do this. With your help, we will get $1,000,000 to help educate war-affected kids in Uganda and bring child soldiers home from the battlefield.
Thank you for your support.
Ben Keesey is the executive director and CEO of Invisible Children, Inc.