Cristian Rivera Foundation

Help the Cristian Rivera Foundation Win $250,000 to Fight DIPG TIMES RUNNING OUT, VOTE TODAY!!

 

Vivnet Gives Back Project
Vote Now till Saturday June 11th

Vivint Gives Pack Project is giving away $1.25 million to local charities, if we win, the donations received from Vivint will go towards medical research facilities aiming to cure Pontine Glioma. Renowned NYC event promoter and PR/marketing firm owner John “Gungie” Rivera created the Cristian Rivera Foundation in July 2009, six months after his six-year-old son Cristian lost his two-year battle with the fatal brain stem tumor. Pontine Glioma generally affects children between the ages of 1 and 9, with the average lifespan of a child after diagnosis falling between three and 18 months. Only 300 cases are discovered in the United States each year and there is currently no cure, though radiation and chemotherapy are administered to offer short-term treatment. We really need your support; the charity that receives the most votes will receive $250,000, while the remaining top charity in each of the five regions will receive $100,000 each. We are competing in the Eastern region, and although we’re a little late in the game, with your help we may be able to receive enough votes to stay in the top 20 and move on to Round 2! All you have to do is follow these 5 easy steps:

Step 1: http://www.vivint.com/givesbackproject

Step 2: Login to your Facebook account using the Facebook icon on the top right margin.

Step 3: Click “Allow” to connect to Facebook and share this event.

Read Step 4, ITS THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP!

Step 4: Sign into your own Facebook and visit: http://www.facebook.com/VivintHome?ref=ts&sk=app_4949752878

Step 5: Then follow instructions on the page.

Step 6: Vote again tomorrow!

After endorsing, please tell your friends and family about the foundation and visit www.cristianriverafoundation.org. Thank you for the endorsement and may 2011 be the year we say goodbye to Pontine Glioma forever.

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