Sunday, October 18, 2009

Project Jason

There was a formal dance last night that I had missed. However, I did make it there in time to make a donation. The dance was hosted by the JLU (Justice League Unlimited) and was set in the Big Band Era. Fancy dresses, suits and tuxedos.

Today I had received these:

I wanted to take time to thank the wonderful and very creative people who hosted yesterday's fundraising event in Second Life.

I saw the images on the Krypton Radio site and it looked like you all captured the essence of that era so perfectly!

In representing the families of the missing, it is important that you know how much these efforts mean to all of us. We're not a "popular" cause, and the majority of the general public doesn't know about the crisis going on behind the scenes, and of the difficulties faced by the families we serve.

When we're given help, it helps us know people care, and gives us that boost to keep going one more day, to keep searching, and to never give up, no matter what the odds.

Thank you for giving us that gift.

Kelly Jolkowski, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
President and Founder,
Project Jason
www.projectjason.org
Help us find the missing: Become an AAN Member
http://www.projectjason.org/awareness.html

Her profile shows she leads a pretty active rl and sl. I also found this: http://www.gardenforthemissing.org/

I also found some slulrs:

*Garden for the Missing

Project Jason in world

*Project Jason Keys to Healing Retreat

This from one of my groups:

A BIG THANK YOU
Sun Oct 18 2009 05:29 PM

Thank you from JLU for your wonderful generosity at last night's charity event. It was a truly magical evening!! We all raised an amazing 55,000 L. Attached is the article that appeared in Ireport and a note from the founder of Project Jason.

And this:

Thank you from all of us at JLU,!! It was a fantastic and magical evening. The following article appeared in Ireport:

http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-343041

The attached note came from Ronnie Rhodes who spoke to the founder of Project Jason. I'm attaching the article that appeared today as well:

"This is from Kelly -- feel free to publish it! I wanted to take time to thank the wonderful and very creative people who hosted yesterday's fundraising event in Second Life.

I saw the images on the Krypton Radio site and it looked like you all captured the essence of that era so perfectly!

In representing the families of the missing, it is important that you know how much these efforts mean to all of us. We're not a "popular" cause, and the majority of the general public doesn't know about the crisis going on behind the scenes, and of the difficulties faced by the families we serve.

When we're given help, it helps us know people care, and gives us that boost to keep going one more day, to keep searching, and to never give up, no matter what the odds.

Thank you for giving us that gift.

Kelly Jolkowski, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
President and Founder,
Project Jason
www.projectjason.org
Help us find the missing: Become an AAN Member
http://www.projectjason.org/awareness.htm"

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