Saturday, May 31, 2008

Anyone Can Print Fliers

The day is going great! I posted right before midnight, so I want you all to know that was the amount raised as of midnight. We are updating the flier that we have used around town but if you would like to print fliers to pass out in your area, we will get a link here soon.

6 comments:

leftcenter said...

$50 from a Packers fan in Wisconsin!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! GO PACKERS!!! Wisconsin Badger hockey RULES!!!!!!! Brewers stink :(

Don said...

Fox News fan just donated.

Anonymous said...

I just sent you a contribution of $50 and let me tell you why. Many years ago I lived in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. There was a bar there I used to go to and one of the occasional patrons was a horribly disfigured man, I don't remember his name. But I do remember that he wanted to form a friendship with me, but I think I was afraid to be seen with him. After I became a bit more mature, I never forgave myself for not socializing with this guy. So maybe this contribution will help make up for that. Incidentally, I do also remember this guy was one of the most outgoing, self assured people I have ever met. James sounds quite a bit like him. Good luck with your surgery James, you can teach us all a lesson in life.

Matt said...

Good luck James! I have shopped at the safeway where he works for 8 years and i know what a great worker he is and not to mention that he is a big Seattle Seahawks fan. I always love it when I go in there and he is wearing his hawks gear. I am going to be sure and donate to this great cause. And thank you to the people putting all this together.

Lindsey said...

I'm so proud of everyone's big hearts. I know James personally and I can't wait for him to be in the recovery room.

However! I'm also a greenie and I think we're doing an amazing job, with internet and television, without having to print hundreds of flyers. I hope you can respect the environment in your efforts as well.

Noah said...

I just got back from Safeways and saw the sign at the register directing me to this site.

I have been shopping at James's store for years now, and he has always been quick, helpful, and friendly.

I am so happy that people are coming together to help him, and I can't wait to hear the news of his quick recovery. I know what it is like to be different.


Can anyone post any of the coverage on youtube? I want to do my part and send his story to as many people as I can.