Dreamstime Launches “Give Thanks, Give Back” Campaign

Posted on 11/14/2011 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

While Thanksgiving is a joyous event for many, for those less fortunate it can be a difficult time. With this in mind, Dreamstime, is launching its “Give Thanks, Give Back” campaign to help share the blessings of this year’s Thanksgiving with those less fortunate.

During the month of November, Dreamstime community members will have the opportunity to contribute to the cause by donating credits normally used to purchase stock photos on the Dreamstime site. Dreamstime will then convert those credits into a cash donation and match it. The choice of charity is being left to community members, who can vote for their preferred organization on the Dreamstime community message board. ()  The most popular charity will receive the donation at the conclusion of the campaign.

    •    WHO: Dreamstime, a leading stock photography community
    •    WHAT: The “Give Thanks, Give Back” campaign, an initiative designed to help those less fortunate during this year’s holiday season by donating to a charity chosen by community members
    •    WHEN: Contributions can be made now through November 25th
    •    WHERE: Community members can make credit donations at the following page: http://www.dreamstime.com/thanksgiving

For more information, please visit the Dreamstime blog: http://blog.dreamstime.com/2011/11/11/give-thanks-give-back_art36532

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