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Hello all,

After many, many hours of work, my very own click-to-donate site, www.veggiedirectory.com, is up and running. This site is similar to "The Animal Rescue Site." It benefits FARM (Farm Animal Reform Movement, www.farmusa.org.) They're the non-profit organization that runs the annual Great American Meatout, among other things. You can click a maximum of once daily, and each click generates $0.04 USD. It costs you nothing to donate, and it takes just seconds per day.

One note, however: you need to actually click on the banner for mountainroseherbs.com for the donation to count. You do not need to click the banner for veganessentials, though I heartily urge you to anyway.

I thank all of you who take the time to donate.

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http://www.veggiedirectory.com
 

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I've ordered from mountainroseherbs a few times.

Great Quality and super selection

I order their essential oils and clays and hard to find herbs/spices

If you go to the herb area, they usually offer additional information on most of the herbs.

What do you do with the donation money (if you don't mind my asking)?
 

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Thank you for clicking, everybody!

The money is going straight to FARM (Farm Animal Reform Movement; www.farmusa.org) They will decide what to do with my donations, though I suspect it will go mostly to their major projects (they promote veganism mainly through education.) You'll probably recognize them from their most famous project, The Great American Meatout. More information about what FARM is and what they do can be found at their site.
 

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Yes, the sponsors have agreed to donate to FARM. Mountainroseherbs.com gives $0.03 USD each time someone visits their site by clicking the banner on my page, while Veganessentials.com has agreed to donate $0.01 for each person who views their banner on my page.

Part of the agreement is that each person can only click once per day, though he/she can (and should) click each and every day.
 
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