Donating for a little kid

Steve Jones, 2013-05-06

One of my authors sent me this note:

I know you only know me as a writer for SQLServerCentral, but I have a friend whose son is really bad. He is at the hospital and the cannot pay it. It is very expensive. The family is desesperate. They live in Bolivia.

I am collecting some money for the Family. The sickness is: multiple sclerosis or disseminated sclerosis.

If you would like to donate: http://cuentitosdeltio.blogspot.com/2013/04/donacion-alejandro.html

I created a form in one of my blogs to receive donations. 10 $us or whatever donation is welcome.

Thanks for reading this email

I doubled the author’s payment out of my account and donated. If you feel like doing so, please feel free to participate. If not, please think about others in your life that might benefit from some charity and give back to the world when you can.

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