GivingTuesday.org is sponsoring a new storytelling contest this year asking people to share their personal reasons for giving (time or money) to their favorite nonprofit organization (we hope we’re on your list!).
The stories will be shared on Facebook and the 6 winning entrants will receive $100-500 GlobalGiving gift cards – plus $1,000-5,000 grants will be given to the nonprofits featured in selected stories! The winners will be announced on #GivingTuesday (December 1).
We’d be honored if you’d take this opportunity to reflect upon our work for the Raynaud’s community and help bring added attention and support to our cause. For more information and to access the contest entry form go to http://www.woobox.com/kxdcce. The entry deadline is November 24th, so hurry!
Thank you for helping me understand why I am so messed up! I am so grateful to know I am not alone!
by L.O. (WI)
So Grateful to Know I'm Not Alone!
I am thankful to have the Raynaud’s Association as a very important source of information, without you guys many of us would never know of the useful tips and information you share!
by J. W. (Canada)
Learned So Much Just By Reading Through the Site
Love them for keeping us updated on products, and sharing stories of other people who live with Raynaud’s.
Love Them for Keeping Us Updated and Sharing Stories
So thankful for this page (Facebook) full of info and great products.
by A.M. (TX)
I went to your website today for the first time and was very impressed…I’m anxious to learn how to control the symptoms and am anxious to receive your newsletter.
by B.C. (NJ)
Was Very Impressed
…relieved to know what it is…comforted to know there are other folks that have this condition…nice to have a place to share what works for us.
by J.J. (VA)
A Place to Share What Works for Us
This site is truly a blessing…you’ve helped me a lot!
This Site is Truly a Blessing!
Thanks so much for all the information. Raynauds.org has been a terrific resource.
The Forum has been so helpful…Thank you for all who are involved. I am grateful.
by D.C. (CA)
The Forum Has Been So Helpful
I had no idea there was a name for what I’d been experiencing…found the Raynaud’s Association. THERE I found useful information & was connected with a network of support. I’ve learned so much & am so grateful to have this resource.
by S. F. (Facebook Fan)