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End Malaria and What is the Most Memorable Gift You Gave?

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What is the one philanthropic gift you gave that is the most memorable. Share the details and why the experience was so impactful. 

I would love for you to answer this question so I can showcase it, if you wish, on this blog, www.melissagwilson.com.

My answer would be the time I gave away a basket with a “Year of Good Luck.” It was the holiday season in December and I remember I wanted to do something very different–unholiday myself if you will. So I created a basket that included things like: gold four-leaf clovers, a bottle of blessed water from a local Catholic church, a variety of saint cards and other good luck messages. The highest bidder won the basket and all the proceeds went to a local charity.

I had fun and I felt the experience was personalized to the point of being quite memorable. Well, if you have not had a memorable philanthropic experience, here is your chance now. Hot off the presses, both digital and print, you have the opportunity to make history by buying a copy End Malaria.  At least $20 from each copy sold goes to Malaria No More, an international advocacy organization working to end malaria deaths by 2015. Order now: Kindle edition | Paperback edition.

Then come back, share your experience. I bought four to give away to a panel I am running for Social Media Week on Monday, the 19th of September in Chicago at 11 a.m. Come there too if you would like. It’s free with a free lunch! And they say there are no free lunches!

To read more and to help us save live, please visit http://endmalariaday.com/

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Melissa G Wilson

Melissa has been a leader in the book writing, publishing and marketing arena for the past two decades. To date, she has helped more than 100 thought leaders write, publish and market their books. Her clients include executives such as Dan Weinfurter a seven-time Inc 500 winner and Orlando Ashford, President of Holland Cruise Lines.

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