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November 28, 2012

Our Friends at Active Minds Need YOUR Vote!

Active Minds, is a non-profit dedicated to creating a world where no person dies by suicide, and every person who struggles with their mental health gets the support he or she needs. As a leading voice in the mental health movement, Active Minds has been selected as one of 25 charities in the race to win $1,000,000 through the American Giving Awards presented by Chase.

We had the pleasure of meeting with the Active Minds leadership team in March at their home office in Washington D.C., and I have never met such an energetic, passionate and dedicated team of young people. Through their work, and with the help of over 350 chapters on college campuses across the country, Active Minds members have become the voice of young adult mental health advocacy nationwide.

Mental health issues are real, they impact all of us, and Active Minds is transforming the way society talks about these issues. Please join the Hopewell community in helping Active Minds win these much needed funds by liking the American Giving Awards presented by Chase Facebook page, voting for Active Minds, and then asking your friends and family to do the same! If you are a Chase customer you can also vote at www.chasegiving.com.

Active Minds needs votes. Voting is the week of Tuesday, November 27 - Tuesday, December 4. The grant will be awarded at a star-studded awards ceremony which will air on December 8th on NBC.

Find out more about Active Minds at www.activeminds.org VOTE at: bit.ly/voteAM

Voting has conculded. Thank you to all who particpated.

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