Hey Kids! Contribute to MANA's “Hurricane Relief Continuing Short Story”

HEY KIDS! CONTRIBUTE TO MANA'S “HURRICANE RELIEF CONTINUING SHORT STORY ”

MarketingNewAuthors.com (MANA) has a unique way for children ages 7 years old to 12 years old to contribute to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane victims in Florida and Texas, and it won’t cost them a cent! Instead of a monetary contribution, all kids need to do is make a “literary contribution.” 

This is how the "Hurricane Relief Continuing Short Story" works and how children can contribute:

1. The photo above serves as a prompt. The first five sentences are based on the photo prompt.

2. If you’re the next writer, add your comments to the previous comments. Contribute a minimum of five sentences. After that, every writer should add to the comments of the previous writer.

3. For every 20 posts of five sentences or more, MANA will donate $10 to the American Red Cross’ Disaster Relief Fund.

This activity allows children an opportunity to use their creativity in a worthy cause of helping people in need. By the way, let us know where you are from by writing the state in which you live after you've posted your comments. Thanks in advance.

The “Hurricane Relief Continuing Short Story” works exactly as MANA’s Blog Continuing Short Story” which supports charitable causes and organizations. Click HERE to view “MANA’s Blog Continuing Short Story” and feel free to contribute your comments there, too! 

Encourage others to post their comments on the "Hurricane Relief Continuing Short Story" so that you can help the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund and support Hurricane survivors. The story has started. So, post your contribution in the comment box below from now to October 7! 

BE SURE TO POST YOUR FIRST NAME AND STATE!

ONE POST PER CHILD. THANKS!

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2 comments:

  1. When I see the Earth from a satellite, it looks small. The swirling of the hurricane is very clear. It lets me see its direction. From afar it does not look as dangerous. Still, I know better.

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  2. When I see hurricane Harvey it makes me sad. I feel bad that we could not help sooner.They need a lot of help. they need money here's some reasons why.They need money for their homes, money for kids,( if they have any)They need so many things to be remade.And I could not feel any worse about ANYTHING!!! G.from Michigan

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