Katrina aid button for CP

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Katrina aid button for CP

Post by Sapphyre » Fri Sep 02, 2005 9:52 pm

I created an American Red Cross button that will fit in our CP's. I found the ones they offered were too large.

Grab it from my avatar and link it to http://RedCross.org

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Post by Arf » Fri Sep 02, 2005 10:37 pm

We just sent out this notice to all of our clients and have gotten some very supportive responses. The idea of an icon is GREAT!

In the wake of hurricane Katrina, ez2ba.com, host of your web site, has donated money on your behalf to help victims of this disaster.

Dear (client name),

In an effort to share the blessings we've received from your generous business, the management of ez2ba.com has decided to donate 10% of the company's gross income projected for September of 2005 to the Salvation Army (http://salvationarmyusa.org 1-800-SAL-ARMY). This money donated on your behalf will help to sustain and rebuild the lives of the refugees of this disaster.

We are not soliciting or asking for any action on your part. We want to thank you for your business which has made it possible for us to help in the recovery effort. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and rescue workers effected by this tragedy.


Sincerely,
Thomas Leo

ez2ba.com
46 E Shagbark Ln.
Streamwood, IL 60107

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Post by Arf » Fri Sep 02, 2005 11:06 pm

For those who are using the blue theme icons and want a Red Cross or Salvation Army icon please feel free to use one of these:

http://thesupportdesk.com/cpicons/salvation-army.gif
http://thesupportdesk.com/cpicons/ameri ... -cross.gif


Hats off to Sapphire for coming up with this idea.

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