Buy or Sell a Home – At Zero Cost

May 25, 2012 by  
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Φ What if your next real estate transaction was painless—and you knew it would help families in their efforts to find missing loved ones?

Φ What if your home sale or purchase generated a big, zero-cost donation for CUE Center for Missing Persons?

Φ Wouldn’t you be much happier? Because you got a great deal, and made a real difference.

Now you can make that game changing donation – at no cost to you! – whenever you are thinking of buying or selling a property. It’s possible through our new partnership with My Broker Donates

My Broker Donates custom connects you with real estate agents who are a perfect match for your specific needs and transaction. They use an objective, data-driven search process that’s based on information that home buyers can’t get on their own. You get a better real estate agent, which means a better outcome. 

Then the agent you select donates 15% of his or her commission to CUE Center for Missing Persons. At zero cost to you! 

How big are those donations? A $500,000 home yields a donation of more than $2,000 that will help CUE Center for Missing Persons and its mission to help find missing persons.

So contact My Broker DonatesBEFORE you engage a real estate professional.

Even if you already have an agent, you can still generate a big donation 

These are real estate transactions that are going to happen either way. Wouldn’t it feel wonderful to know that your new home helped return a missing person to their home?

CommonKindness- Check out this site and become a supporter of CUE

April 30, 2012 by  
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CommonKindness is how friends and neighbors, non-profit organizations and companies join together to create a powerful solution to help each other…


About CommonKindness
Our goal is to promote kindness. CommonKindness coupons empower you to help your family and help others.

Every time you redeem CommonKindness printable grocery coupons we provide funds to your favorite non-profit – at no cost to you!

http://www.commonkindness.com/

Check out this site and become a supporter of CUE. Here’s how it works:

1. Sign-up / Sign-in and select your favorite Non-Profit (Community United Effort-CUE)
2. Print and redeem grocery coupons
3. CommonKindness provides funds to your favorite Non-Profit
… … Companies pay an advertising fee to CommonKindness and they share 20% of funds received with the non-profits you select.
Register today to start saving money & helping others

GET GREEN SMOKE- E Cigarette! A percentage of each purchase is donated to CUE Center

May 23, 2011 by  
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Visit http://www.greensmoke.com/forcue

Check out the Green Smoke electronic cigarette. To declare the Green Smoke e-cigarette as the finest in the market would be an understatement.
This elegant e-cigarette has a patent-pending 2 part design that is effortless to assemble and easy to maintain. Not only that, but Green Smoke e-cigarettes emit an incredibly high smoke volume, so they feel more like traditional cigarettes than other brands.

What people like most about Green Smoke is their commitment to high quality and to their customers. While the Green Smoke Starter Kit costs more than many other brands, you really get what you pay for. Their e-cigarette batteries are sturdy and guaranteed to last for an entire year. If your battery dies within a year, just call Green Smoke customer service and they’ll send you a replacement.

GET GREEN SMOKE- E Cigarette! A percentage of each purchase is donated to CUE Center For Missing Persons.

Green Smoke cartridges are also top-of-the-line. Each cartridge lasts about as long as a pack of cigarettes – that’s quite a lot of puffs! The cartridge tips are so smooth against your lips, that you’ll feel almost like you are smoking a traditional cigarette. Green Smoke also offers a large variety of flavors and nicotine levels, so you can really customize the cigarette exactly to your liking.

And the Green Smoke customer service department is top-notch – their representatives are all very friendly and knowledgeable. You can call them for any e-cigarette related question and they’ll be happy to assist.
They offer a 30-day money back guarantee, so you really risk nothing by checking out their product for yourself.

 

Visit http://www.greensmoke.com/forcue to explore the Green Smoke e-cigarettes. Their site has lots of videos and testimonials, as well as all the info you need to learn about their products.

GREAT* Non-Profits

July 10, 2010 by  
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Great Nonprofits is a place to find, review, and talk about great nonprofits.

Tell us who you are a donor, search or event volunteer, a family who has received a service, volunteered in the office or served on the board of directors; support the cause, thank you. If you have direct experience with the CUE Center For Missing Persons, share your knowledge and help other people discover CUE,  a nonprofit who  is making a difference.

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Mission
To join efforts with all concerned, seeking closure of tragedies; as we remain in search of the missing.

Phone: (910) 343-1131
PO Box 12714
Wilmington, NC USA 28405
http://www.ncmissingpersons.org

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CUE Center For Missing Persons Online Campaign

December 31, 2009 by  
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CUE’S SEARCH EFFORT

You can help make a difference by supporting the CUE Center for Missing Persons in its online campaign in an effort to raise funds for their continued search effort for missing children and adults; CUE (Community United Effort) is a 501(c)3 tax exempt national organization.

In 1994 the CUE Center for Missing Persons was founded to aid cases of missing persons; funded entirely by donations, and staffed by volunteers. CUE Founder Monica Caison, has dedicated her life to the plight of missing people; which is focused on finding the missing by way of investigation and active search efforts, advocating for their causes, and supporting their families. Since its inception, CUE has helped more than 9,000 families in what is often the most confusing and desperate times of their lives.

Thank you for any consideration.

Apply for a Visa Platinum Card and help the missing

December 26, 2009 by  
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All contributions from this program benefit:
Community United Effort – CUE
PO Box 12714
Wilmington, NC, 28405

For more information about our organization, please visit
http://www.ncmissingpersons.org

Show your support with every purchase you make!
You are invited to apply for our special Visa® Platinum credit card through Capital One Card Lab Connect. As a valued supporter,1% of every purchase you make is automatically donated to our organization. Plus, Capital One will donate $25 after you make your first purchase. Apply now and you can make supporting our cause a simple everyday event.

Your choice of 3 different designs shown above

Apply Now

All the benefits of Visa® Platinum and more!
Get all of the competitive credit card benefits you want and expect as well as a simple way to support our cause. This Capital One Visa Platinum card has:

* No Annual Fee
* Low Introductory Purchase Rates
* Custom card designs – show support and help spread the word
* 1% of every purchase automatically donated to our organization

For more information about
CUE Center for Missing Persons:

Contact Name: Monica Caison
Contact Phone: (910) 343-1131
Contact E-mail: cuecenter@aol.com

Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund

October 4, 2009 by  
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Allison Jackson-Foy <br> 3/2/1972 - 7/30/2006</br>

Allison Jackson-Foy 3/2/1972 - 7/30/2006

The family of Allison Jackson Foy is proud to announce the formation of The  Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund.

This is a fund set up in honor of Allison Jackson Foy who went missing from Wilmington North Carolina in July of 2006 and was recovered and identified in September of 2008. Allison remains the victim of an unsolved homicide. Allison left behind two young daughters, a father, two sisters, a brother, and eighteen nieces and nephews along with numerous friends. The loss of Allison has changed all of our lives and remains with us.

This journey we have walked on has brought many amazing people into our lives and introduced us to countless families who have a missing loved one. These families have become like family to us and continue to inspire us and move us with their courage, strength, hope and perseverance in the search for their missing loved ones and answers. My family and I know without a doubt that missing persons is a silent crisis in this country and the number of missing and unidentified is staggering.

With all of that in mind it is our hope that all monies raised through this memorial fund will go to help others in the search for their missing loved ones in whatever way needed. That is why all monies will be given in Allison’s name to CUE Center for Missing Persons. My family and I know no other organization that does what they do for missing persons and their families. They are speaking for the missing who have no voice by advocating for them and their families, they educate law enforcement and conduct full scale search and rescue efforts. All of this is done without any cost to the families. CUE also raises attention nationally about the missing through an annual road tour, they hold a national conference every year that brings together families of the missing from all over the country as well as law enforcement in an effort to educate all and help all those who are a part of this world.

Monica Caison and Cue Center have helped over 8700 families, and Monica has never taken a pay check. The men and women who volunteer for this organization also come from all over the country and freely give of their time and talents. Recently I had an opportunity to be a part of a search and was blown away by the commitment and perseverance of all involved. All of this done with the utmost respect, concern and love for the family and their missing loved one.

Experiencing first hand this amazing organization, all its volunteers and its incredible founder, a woman and organization who change lives and make a difference in this world is why my family and I are proud to honor Allison in a way that will give back and help others. We believe this is what Allison would have wanted as well. For more information on CUE you can visit their website http://www.ncmissingpersons.org

Allison’s website http://www.helpfindallison.com is currently being updated with all of this information and you will be receiving another e mail giving details of our first fundraiser within the next few days. We hope over the course of the year to hold different events to raise funds and awareness again, all proceeds being donated in Allison’s name to CUE.

As always we ask for your continued prayers for all the missing and their families as well as all like CUE who give of themselves to help all who are on this journey.

Thank you all for your time and support,
Lisa Valentino
Sister of Allison Jackson Foy

All checks can be made to: The Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund

And can be mailed to 103 Spring Street Newton NJ 07860

Att: Allison Jackson Foy Memorial Fund C/O Whitegate Homes

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