Thursday, October 18, 2012

Share a photo, share hope.

Hope. Can you capture it in a photo?
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and in support, Verizon is hosting a photo contest to share the message of hope.


One in three teens will experience physical or emotional abuse.
Verizon, through HopeLine, is here to help break the cycle.
HopeLine turns old cell phones, batteries and accessories into support for victims and survivors. Proceeds also
help provide cash grants for dating and domestic violence organizations. 


Please consider submitting a photo. With each submission, $1 will be donated to HopeLine.

Visit this link for more information and to enter.

Here's mine, straight out of the phone camera. No editing applied.


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I'm Savvy!


“Disclosure: I’m part of the Verizon Wireless Midwest Savvy Moms program, which means they think I'm savvy, gave me a fancy schmancy phone, six months of service, and the opportunity to honestly share my thoughts about the device with you.”

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