[Nfbnet-members-list] Honk Honk! Vehicle Donation Update!

Wilson, Joanne JWilson at nfb.org
Tue Jan 28 18:48:34 UTC 2014

Honk Honk!

We now have 5 new states who can claim bragging rights in our vehicle 
donation race! Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and 
Wisconsin have now entered the race! As of today we have 104 vehicles 
donated in 34 states! Congratulations! Let's keep going at full 
throttle!  We need each of you to let the public know that the NFB 
benefits greatly from the donation of their cars, trucks, or anything 
that can be towed. This is the greatest fundraiser ever! You do not 
need to ask anyone for money, give money yourself, and it nets us an 
average of $350 per donation.

The following states have now created some traffic in our vehicle 
donation program:

Alabama 5, Alaska 1, Arizona 3, Arkansas 2, California 4, Connecticut 
3, Florida 2, Hawaii 6, Idaho 1, Illinois 2, Indiana 1, Iowa  2, 
Kansas 1, Kentucky 1, Louisiana 5, Maryland 17, Massachusetts 2, 
Minnesota 3, Mississippi 2, Montana 1, Nebraska 2, Nevada 1, New 
Jersey 3, New York  6, North Carolina 1, Ohio 1, Pennsylvania 3, 
Rhode Island 1, Tennessee 3, Utah  2, Virginia 9, Washington 5, West 
Virginia 2, and Wisconsin  1.

Remember you can order more promotional materials by contacting 
Joanne Wilson at <mailto:jwilson at nfb.org>jwilson at nfb.org and find 
more ideas to advertise the program by visiting 

Honk Honk! Thanks for helping steer this project down the road to success!


Joanne Wilson
Director, Affiliate Development
Office of the President
200 East Wells Street at Jernigan Place
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: 410-659-9314 x2335
Email: <mailto:jwilson at nfb.org>jwilson at nfb.org

Vehicle Donations Take the Blind Further
Donate your car to the National Federation of the Blind today!
For more information, please visit: 
<http://www.carshelpingtheblind.org/>www.carshelpingtheblind.org or 
call 1-855-659-9314

The National Federation of the Blind needs your support to ensure 
blind children get an equal education; to connect blind veterans with 
the training and services they need; and to help seniors who are 
losing vision continue to live independent and fulfilling lives. To 
make a donation, please go to <http://www.nfb.org>www.nfb.org.

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