February 6, 2010

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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Cryo-Cell International. All opinions are 100% mine.

Haiti’s situation is grim and serious. Americans seem to have a congential need to be comforted and told everything will be “okay.” Why can’t the music be more hopeful? Reason, this is a catastrophe of unimaginable proportions in a non-military context. Haiti is desperate and the hope comes not from the songs of heartfelt sorrow but from donations of money. Also, this is being broadcast in Haiti on Radio One. Maybe they don’t want to hear zippy-doo-daa music (even while I acknowledge seeing many scenes of hopeful, prayerful singing).

Basically: Critics, quit needing to be comforted and feel good about yourself and told that it’s all sunshine and smiles. Because it isn’t. But there’s hope if you open your wallet.

Throughout the month of February, Cryo-Cell will donate $25 from each enrollment to the “Save the Children: Haiti Relief Fund”. As people who safeguard the future for their newborns and families, you, together with Cryo-Cell can also lend your hand to help rebuild the future for the children of Haiti. Just so that you know, Cryo-Cell is the only cord blood bank contributing a portion of each sale to Save the Children: Haiti Relief Fund.

So, what else can I say? You should enroll now! Not only will you be safeguarding the future of your newborn but you will be playing a part in helping the children of Haiti get a better future.

Visit my sponsor: Hope for Haiti - Save the Children


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