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Monthly Archives: November 2008

He Shoots! He Scores! He Grows a Mustache!

The Charlotte Checkers, Charlotte’s own minor league hockey team, beat the Gwinnett Gladiators on Sunday afternoon.  In an unusual turn of events for the Charlotte Checkers, most of their fans were wearing Mustaches.  Together, the Checkers raised over $1,000 for Mustaches for Kids Charlotte.  And everyone had a lot of fun in the process.  You…

Shout out to Knitting Bloggers

Sadly, the Blogger Challenge is over for 2008, but we have to give some love to the knitting bloggers who participated. This crafty, tech-savvy, philanthropic group of bloggers really came through and showed their support for public school classroom projects on 99Papers.org! A few notable knitting blogs deserve special mention: Redshirt Knitting who, before the…

99Papers.org partners with Knight Foundation – Tallahassee in support of projects posted by Leon County (FL) Public School teachers!

To bolster our expansion efforts in the Tallahassee area, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has generously provided a $10,000 challenge grant in support of projects posted by Leon County Public School teachers. Thanks to their generosity, more Leon County teacher projects will be brought to life, positively impacting hundreds of…

99Papers.org Partners with Sallie Mae, Inc. in Indianapolis to Help High Need Classrooms

Sallie Mae, Inc., which has a regional office in Greater Indianapolis, has committed $5,000 to fund classroom needs at high poverty schools in Marion County, Indiana.  The company’s Double Your Impact challenge will help provide critical resources to some of the region’s most needy schools. This exciting partnership follows Sallie Mae’s previous commitment in 2007…

Vote for 99Papers.org to win $10,000 in replyforall’s “Your Message Your Vote” Contest

replyforall.com allows individuals with a new practical alternative to financially support nonprofits, like 99Papers.org, by featuring them prominently in personalized email signatures. Advertisers pay to reach users and the people they email, and replyforall shares the advertisers’ payment with non-profits representing the causes. There is no cost to the service for users or the non-profits.…