PeachPundit Holiday Help Drive 2007

Friends, we know that during the holiday season you are bombarded by many different causes that help to make the holidays easier for families in need. We here at PeachPundit are happy to announce a holiday giving project that lets you combine one of your favorite activities (reading PeachPundit!) with some holiday cheer. A real win-win situation.

We are collecting donations now through December 31 for holiday meals and small gifts for families at The Drake House in Roswell, Georgia, as well as North Fulton Community Charities. Each recipient family is fully vetted for need by the folks at Drake and NFCC, and I will be personally involved in the funds distribution through my Sunday School class at Alpharetta Methodist. 100% of your donations will go toward the cause. This is a small, local, organic effort – and every little bit makes a big difference.

And here’s the special deal: with the exception of some sporadic sponsorship, we don’t carry frequent advertisements. This site started as a labor of love, and we intend to keep it that way. In order to add an interesting twist to this holiday giving project, we’re ready to set the following goal:

If we reach $500 or more in donations, Peach Pundit will remain ad-free for all of 2008.

Would you please show your appreciation for PeachPundit by taking a few moments to donate to this cause? We’ll be using PayPal for online donations, so you can use your PayPal account, or alternatively a major credit card. We already have three families identified for the Thanksgiving holiday, and your donation will help us reach even more. If you’d like to make a donation via mail or other method, please contact us at [email protected]













We appreciate the time you spend making PeachPundit a fun, informative, and interesting site. Please help us make the holidays brighter for some metro Atlanta families in need. Thank you very much.

Clayton Wagar
Tanalach Media, LLC
Publisher, PeachPundit

8 comments

  1. rugby_fan says:

    I donated because I thought the money would go towards developing peaches that grew roasted turkey drumsticks.

    When I saw it was for a charitable cause, I didn’t feel slighted at all.

    Nice way to rearrange the side so that the ad is above recent comments.

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