Loving Hugs, Inc. ~ My New Cause!

Wendy Clark with her "Loving Hugs"

I found the “cause” that I have been looking for.  You may remember me telling you that I have been looking for a cause to promote?  Well, here it is:

Loving Hugs, Inc. was founded by Wendy Clark a few years ago to try to put a smile on the faces of children who have to grow up in unbelievable circumstances.  She gives donated stuffed toys to children in refugee camps, to disaster victims (like earthquake and flood), and to orphans all around the world.  Loving Hugs is non-denominational, apolitical, and totally non-governmental.  It doesn’t replace anything that the local government should be doing or that big international relief organizations are doing.  Ok, she does get some help with distribution from the U.S. Air Force and Navy.  She’s received donations from Girl Scout Troops, some community and church groups, and people who just wanted to do something.  She has no paid employees and uses donations to cover her storage, shipping and packaging costs.

The best part for me is that she has accepted my help doing the thing I enjoy most…email and social network marketing.  Of course, I love giving and receiving hugs too..

Find her at http://www.lovinghugs.org or Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/LovingHugsInc

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One Response to Loving Hugs, Inc. ~ My New Cause!

  1. Wendy Clark says:

    Thank you Ray for your compassion for children around the world, for your generosity, and for taking Loving Hugs under your wing to fly us to new heights of increased awareness about our organization because of your help through Cybermail Marketing!

    There is so much good news that I need to communicate often about, to a world of people, and your help through Cybermail Marketing is making that happen!Thank you for helping us realize a larger potential through your internet communications saavy and tools. You are truly a God-send!!


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