Times of tragedy pull together community.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon, the impact of a heinous attack on innocent people—sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, grandparents, friends—ripples across the world to affect us all. Boston, in every way, is our town. Our city. Those are our friends and family that have been hurt and killed.
As we take a deep breath to count our blessings and embrace our loved ones, please join me in helping those who need our support.
We can help in two ways:
1. Please donate to the American Red Cross, who responds to those in need of support when disaster strikes.
2. According to a recent Tweet from the American Red Cross, “To help people most affected by the tragic events in Boston on 4.15.13 visit theonefundboston.org #BostonMarathon”
Click on The One Fund Boston link to donate and learn more.
Also, I’d like to share with you the following message from my friend Jenn at Argle Empire…
In response to the tragedy in Boston, Argyle Empire is hosting a fundraiser to aid the American Red Cross.
Given that part of the Gabriel series is set in Boston, we felt it was an appropriate thing to do.
If people donate to the American Red Cross and/or The One Fund Boston and email a copy of their receipt to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, they can enter a giveaway by visiting http://www.argyleempire.com/. SR has agreed to sign UK edition copies of both Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture for the winner.
The fundraiser will run between now and April 30. The winner will be selected on May 1 and notified by May 3.
If you could help us promote this, that would be great. If you would like to donate and enter the giveaway, please feel free to do so. This is really about helping out the charity, after all.
Thank you so much for helping, my friends. Please spread the word through your social channels. Please donate and help in any way you can.
It’s by stepping out and embracing others with love that we shine a bright light of hope in our world.
I’m off to send in my donation!
Your humble shoe,
© 2013 by Kat Bastion