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Michael’s Dream Foundation cordially invites you to
Michael’s Dream Box Journey Online Chat Party Fundraiser
Sunday May 26
2PM Eastern to 2am Pacific
Music by Michaelizer Radio!
Hosted by MDF Representatives and Special Guests
Please join the chat room by visiting this link
http://www.michaelschildrenshospital.com/chat/
Help us continue Michael’s Dream while continuing to make children smile when they need love the most.
It only costs $20 to furnish and deliver one box!

May 19th

Michael’s Dream Foundation's 4th Twitter Event

As you know, Michael’s Dream Foundation’s has launched a campaign for our 2nd project to deliver Michael’s Dream Boxes full of toys to a children’s hospital in Georgia, USA. To help promote this project we would like to invite you to join us for our 4th Twitter event, which will take place on May 19, 2013, so mark your calendar, and make sure to include « #DestinationGeorgia » in all your tweets, starting at 2pm (New York time).

 

Michael's Dream Foundation Inc. is preparing to make our next Michael's Dream Box delivery, this time in Georgia, USA!

On February 14, 2013, representatives from Michael’s Dream Foundation made a trip to Gary, Indiana to deliver some smiles to some very special kids. As many of us know, Gary is among the poorest cities in the country and is severely underserved when it comes to medical services available.

The Michael's Dream Box concept was born out of a meeting between Christine Serene – President of Michael's Dream Foundation Inc. and a children's charity. During this discussion it was acknowledged that while at the moment, we don't yet have the knowledge, the funds, the experience and indeed the contacts within the non-profit industry to build a playroom project of the magnitude we are planning, we still want to do something to start the ball rolling towards making a difference in the lives of sick and needy children. It was also noted that not all hospitals or facilities need a full playroom, and not all children need to stay in the hospital on a permanent or long term basis. Therefore, Christine hcame up with the idea of delivering smaller packages or boxes, filled with games and toys that children could carry with them. And with that, the idea of Michael's Dream Box was born!