We Need Your Help to Win the Impact Competition from iCivics

 

   Dear Friends,

 iCivics is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. Founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor ; it comprises of national leadership team of state supreme court justices, secretaries of state, and educational leaders and a network of volunteers.
They conduct Impact Competition for cash rewards of selected youth run community service projects. Currently Project Jatropha is one in ten selected projects and is at the third place. Please help us win the cash reward and join hands with us in  GCY.  All you need to do is register at icivics web site and click on Impact Competition 

See the flow chart below for simple instructions.
This flow chart is taken from iCivics web site,
 Please donate the points to Project Jatropha. You gain 500 points just for  registering. All it takes is a few minutes. Please help us. The cash reward will go to our tree planting and enviornmental education program (GCY)) involving rural children in India and Haiti.
Sincerely,
Apoorva and Adarsha
P.S:  Our sincere thanks to iCivics as all credits including the flow chart on this blog post goes to iCivics

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