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Live the Christmas Spirit with Charity Gift Boxes

12/3/2008 - 9:02 PM PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA ADVISORY
Catholic PRWire

San Ramon, CA (December 3, 2008) If you want to live the Christmas spirit, then take action by learning about twelve select charities worldwide. Visit Charity Gift Boxes ( http://www.sherrysknowledgequest.com/giftbox.htm) to become inspired.

When you visit the website, you will see twelve gifts, each of which symbolically represents a charity. When you click on a gift, you can read a profile of the charity and decide whether to visit that charitys website to give time or money. We have selected a range of charities to reflect the wide interests of our visitors.

You can take it further by visiting "livesimply: promise" online to sign a pledge to learn about the charities featured on Charity Gift Boxes. The "livesimply: promise" website's purpose is to give people a way to create and sign pledges to live in solidarity with those in need. A special pledge about Charity Gift Boxes is already available for you to sign.

The creator of Charity Gift Boxes, Sherry Weaver Smith, became Catholic as an adult after working with Catholic charities for one year in Manila, the Philippines. She is a freelance writer and published poet.

For more information, visit Sherrys Knowledge Quest at
http://www.sherrysknowledgequest.com/giftbox.htm
and
http://promise.livesimply.org.uk/learncharities


Sherry Weaver Smith
sherry@sherrysknowledgequest.com

Contact

Sherry Smith
http://www.sherrysknowledgequest.com/giftbox.htm  CA, 94582 US
Sherry Smith - Website Manager, 925 351-3256

Keywords

social action, social justice

Category

Spirituality

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