Over at The Friendly Atheist, Hemant notes that three secular organizations—Camp Quest, The Secular Student Alliance, and Foundation Beyond Belief—are in the running to get big bucks from the Chase Community Giving Program so long as they accrue enough votes. I’m just going to paste in what Hemant said about voting (the deadline is in three days):
As I write this, the Secular Student Alliance, Camp Quest, and Foundation Beyond Belief are all within striking distance of *major* money courtesy of the Chase Community Giving Program.
. . . Voting runs until September 19th.
The top 46 charities are assured $50,000 or more. (Foundation Beyond Belief is *so* close to that position…) [JAC: SSA is now #38, and if everyone here voted, we might push the other two past the critical #46 threshold!]
How can you help?
If you’re on Facebook, you get two votes. If you want to vote for the Secular Student Alliance, go here. If you want to vote for the Foundation Beyond Belief, go here. If you want to vote for Camp Quest, go here.
If you get your friends to vote (using your referral), you’ll get an additional vote!
And if you’re a Chase customer, you can get an additional two votes.
Make this happen before time runs out next week.
Why wouldn‘t you vote? It takes only a minute and can garner some big bucks for some good organizations.
I don’t sell you tee shirts with my face on them nor push cephalopodic geegaws to pad my income; all I ask, in return for my awesome posts, is that you consider clicking a few buttons to advance our cause. We have several thousand readers here, and if every one of you voted, all three organizations would get $50,000.