What can $5 buy these days? Hardly anything, it seems. A gallon of milk is close to that price. A gallon of gas is close to that price. There are some drinks at Starbucks that I think exceed $5. However, as small as this monetary unit seems, it can make a world of difference.
How, you ask?
Well, there’s this organization called USA for UNHCR (Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), and they are trying to close the funding gap that the UNHCR is experiencing as they try to help people in an increasingly severe refugee crisis. In 2011, there are 6,000 UNHCR agents around the world, and to support their work and raise money for their efforts, the USA for UNHCR wants us to buy 6,000 blue keys, which only cost $5 each.
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Marjorie Clayman is the Director of Client Development at Clayman Advertising (3rd gen!) and Editor-in-Chief at the 12most. For more: http://www.margieclayman.comRead the full post on her blog, Social Media, Marketing & Musings.
Can you help Margie reach her goal of selling 25 keys to help refugees by getting your $5 Blue Key today?
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