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I Voted!
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Leave a comment here to let your fellow 5fers know you voted and - if you feel like sharing your love for your favorite Team (do!) give them a shout-out.  Then use the handy little  …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by 5 for Fairness Jun 4, 2013.

Are We There Yet?

Last  August, 5fer Carole and her faithful companion, Lambchop (seen on her finger below) hiked the Appalachian Trail for us.  Here she is at the top of Maine's Mount Katahdin, at the beginning of…Continue

Started Mar 1, 2013

Rise up and Dance!
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It's One Billion Rising Day today. If you can't make an event, rise up and dance for a few minutes in solidarity!Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christa E Feb 15, 2013.

Financials 2012

In record time, here are the financial reports for 2012.We finally figured out an effective and inexpensive way to manage the database of the our voting members in our giving circle as well as the…Continue

Started Feb 4, 2013

 

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At 6:40am on April 30, 2013, One Village at a Time said…

Thank You to My AMAZING team who worked so hard in the last day.

And thank you to all the teams. You make us all better, you make the world better and it was an honor to be included in this list.

All Good Things Always,

Susan Gross  Executive Director "One Village at a Time"

At 10:14am on March 18, 2013, BARBARA MITCHELL said…
There is (again) much evidence in this 5 for Fairness campaign of such important work being done in this world and it warms my heart! Knowing I can give to more than one organization, even though I can only VOTE for one helps! It was hard to decide. I placed my vote to further the work against slavery (and human sex trafficing) via the work of Lotus Outreach. Good luck to all the competitors!
At 8:03am on February 12, 2013, Emily Bent said…

Yes, Sage Girl absolutely has a facebook page and Twitter account. You can "like" us on FB under groups "Sage Girl" or Twitter @sage_emily

At 9:51pm on July 31, 2012, Payton M said…

If you haven’t voted yet, Jareen F. Aquino, Team leader of Emusoi Centre has a message for you:

"Accompanying these young women to discover their full potentials in life is both a privilege and a responsibility. May we invite you to visit our EMUSOI CENTRE'S page to get to know how you can help spread awareness and change in the lives of our girls. Thank you.”

This link will take you to the ballot, so go ahead and cast your vote!

At 7:55pm on July 30, 2012, Jasmine R. said…

Judy Rothman Rofe, Team leader of Equality Now has a message for you:

If you haven't voted yet, please think about the impact you can make with a vote for Equality Now. It is SHOCKING that in certain parts of the world there are no laws against rape, mutilation, incest or trafficking of child brides - Equality Now is working to actually enact and change laws! 

This link will take you to the ballot, so go ahead and cast your vote!

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