UPDATE: After tallying the totals, I will be donating $30 to SAFEHOME. Thanks for everyone for participating!
Every year on my blogs I do a charity drive called Cans for Comments. Many blogs donate cans of food to food banks, but last year I mixed it up a bit and did something more along the lines of “pounds of dog food for comments”. I donated the equivalent amount of money it would take to donate a certain amount of dog food to Kansas City’s largest no-kill shelter, Wayside Waifs. I try to donate to a local non-profit organization that makes a big difference in my area.This year, I’m please to announce that I will be donating all my ‘comments’ to SAFEHOME, a domestic violence shelter in my town of Overland Park, a suburb of Kansas City. SAFEHOME provides shelter, education, clothing, and more for women and children who are suffering from domestic violence.


If you want to help me support this great organization this year, please comment on any one of my blogs. Each comment will donate $1 to SAFEHOME. Each person can only comment three times and it must be a substantial comment that makes sense and is relevant to the discussion (spam comments won’t count, trackbacks will).

Additionally– I will also donate another 50 cents for every person that tweets or shares this post (or any other post on The Social Robot) on Facebook. Please either email me a link to your tweet/fb post (via the contact tab on the left), add it at the end of your blog comment, or include@thesocialrobot or @wonderwall7 in your tweet.

The commenting and sharing period is from December 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010.

Please use the sharing tools to the left and at the bottom of this post to let everyone know about Cash for Comments and SAFEHOME!

Thanks to everyone who will participate and I’ll post an update once the commenting period is over.

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey Jones

Founder/Chief Marketing Consultant at Six Stories
Kelsey Jones helps clients around the world grow their social media, content, and search marketing presence. She enjoys writing and consuming all kinds of content, both in digital and tattered paperback form.
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