Attention JP Morgan Chase customers and those with Chase Credit cards. You have a splendid opportunity at zero cost to raise as much as $250,000 for the charity of your choice.
All you have to do is login to your account online and vote for the charity of your choice. Voting is open only to Chase customers, and begins September 7.
Chase customers who do not have a userid and password, can create one. Instructions how appear below.
The charity of my choice is the Les Turner ALS foundation.
Why Les Turner?
In case you missed it my wife of 27 years, Joanne, passed away on May 16, 2012 from ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Here is my story: My Wife Joanne Has Passed Away; Stop and Smell the Lilacs.
In July, I submitted the Les Turner ALS foundation to Chase Community Giving and it was approved.
I kindly ask those with Chase Credit Card or Chase accounts of any kind, to please login to your chase account and vote.
Here is the link: Chase Community Giving
You are looking for a button that looks like this.
If you do not have online access, please click on the link to Set Up Online Access.
Next you want to click on the Image to vote. The image looks like this:
Then “Search Charities” as shown in the image below.
As you start typing “Les Turner” a dropdown box will appear as shown below.
Be sure to click on the dropdown box, not simply hit enter with only the words “Les Turner” appearing.
The next image is the voting screen you are looking for.
When you see the symbol below, please click on the Vote button.
Facebook and Twitter users:
After you vote please Click on “Like”, Tweet, and Send to Facebook.
The buttons are right on the Voting page as show below.
The charity with the most votes will receive $250,000!
The next 10 charities will receive $100,000 each.
The next 35 charities will receive $50,000 each.
There are 150 additional awards as per Contest Rules.
My goal is to win one of the top 11 spots, hopefully the top spot.
If you have more than one account, you can vote more than once, but you cannot vote for the same charity more than once.
You vote will go to a very worthy cause.
Mike “Mish” Shedlock