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Posted December 8, 2006
Contact: Anne Katahira-Sims,
MAVIN Foundation Executive Director
HELP SUPPORT MAVIN EACH TIME YOU SEARCH THE INTERNET
(Seattle) There is new and easy way to raise money for MAVIN
Foundation just by searching the Internet with GoodSearch.com.
It's simple. You use GoodSearch.com like any other search engine — the
site is powered by Yahoo! — but each time you do, money is generated
for MAVIN Foundation.
Last year, search engines generated close to $6 billion in revenue from
advertisers. With GoodSearch part of this advertising revenue will now
be directed to MAVIN.
We hope that not only will you use GoodSearch as your main search engine
from here on out, but will also pass this message on to your friends
and family. The more people who use this, the more money will go to
Just go to www.goodsearch.com
and be sure to enter MAVIN Foundation as the charity you want to support.
Just 500 of us searching four times a day will raise about $7,300 in
a year without anyone spending a dime! And, be sure to spread the word
to friends and family!
MAVIN Foundation builds healthy communities that celebrate and empower
mixed heritage people and families. Since 1998, MAVIN has created innovative
and award-winning projects focused
on mixed heritage people, transracial adoptees and multiracial families.
For more information, contact Anne Katahira-Sims at (206) 622-7101.
Support our innovative programs by clicking here.
Looking back at eight remarkable
Matt Kelley founded MAVIN
magazine as a 19-year-old freshman at Wesleyan
MAVIN's premier issue
hit newsstands on Jan. 29, 1999.
In 2000, MAVIN magazine
became the nonprofit MAVIN Foundation.
Recently, Kelley focused his efforts on advocating on behalf
of policy issues.
In 2005, MAVIN sent five 20-somethings on a 10,000-mile trek
to raise awareness of multiracial issues.