Dig 4 Kids needs $10 donors to
On Monday, Global Giving’s web site showed Dig for Kids in fourth place for most contributors (130) and ninth place for most money raised ($3,500). The first place leader, professional soccer player Kristine Lilly, had raised $12,000 from 266 contributors for her homeless people charity.
“My goal is to win the most individual contributors award, which is why I’m asking just $10 contributions,” Fonoimoana said.
The strategy has already paid off. On Monday, Dig for Kids was awarded a $500 bonus for most individual contributions that day, after 20 of Fonoimoana’s fellow Realtors at South Bay Brokers contributed $10 each.
Dig 4 Kids is an after school program for low-income communities. Kids are offered academic and athletic mentoring by Fonoimonana and other professional volleyball players.
To help Dig 4 Kids win the $10,000 prize, supporters are asked to make make a $10 donation at http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/dig4kids/.
To track Dig 4 Kid’s position in Race for a Cause visit http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/dig4kids.
The deadline for Racing for a Cause is Friday, January 15. ER