Project Valour-IT — the organization that purchases laptops for severely wounded service members — is in the middle of its annual fundraising campaign. We’ve joined the Army team and called on the Internet’s most generous audience — our readers — to help this worthy cause. You have helped the Army team vault from last place to first, contributing nearly $10,000 over the weekend. That’s the good news. The bad news is that this year’s effort is far short of its goal (and its need). Please consider contributing.
Day by Day cartoonist Chris Muir has graciously donated to the Valour-IT Auction an original signed print from his upcoming collection, to be personally autographed to the winner. John Cox of Cox and Forkum is also contributing one personalized and signed caricature to the auction. (If you prefer not to receive a caricature of yourself, you can receive a caricature of a family member, a friend, or a personal hero instead.) Bidding on the Project Valour-IT auction closes on November 11.
Pundit Review Radio has posted an excellent interview with Soldiers’ Angels/Project Valour-IT founder Patti Patton Bader here (and with Michael Yon live from Baghdad here).
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