Help Hyatt Give $10,000 to Non-Profits

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Help Hyatt Give $10,000 to Non-Profits

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Link:  Hyatt’s Vote.  Give.  Thrive. 

Hyatt is giving $10,000 to the non-profit which gets the most votes in their Vote. Give. Thrive. application on Facebook up to December 31, 2012.  The second and third place organizations will each receive $5,000.

Hyatt Vote. Give. Thrive.

The non-profits range from WomenRising to Bring Me A Book.  With so many wonderful projects it is hard to select which one to vote for!  But don’t let that stop you from giving Hyatt’s money away.

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I nominate the UNITE HERE Relief Fund for Sandy victims.

This post is not about charity, but a promo for Hyatt. The amounts designated for non-profits are not even rounding errors of the publicity budgets for this event.

Lol. I love a charity post only a week after the largely critiqued scam post on cutting others in line.