Thursday, March 20, 2014

My kid has ataxic CP, she's 10 and still can't ride a bike with training wheels without white knuckling it the entire time! I entered her into a contest for an adaptive bike, she needs votes to get it. Just push the vote button, no need to enter any info. We only have 5 days to get 50 qualifying votes! Please help...she has such a tough time, this will really help her life!!


I'm not sure why the link won't work directly, it seems you have to copy and paste it to get to the site where you nominate her. I will update folks about if she wins one, she's qualfied now with 174 votes!! Thank you for your help! She would need at least 12,000 nominations to get a bike for sure. The 50 votes qualified her to be in the lottery for 10 bikes. Our fingers are crossed.
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    she didn't win, but the community outpouring was stunning, thank you soo much
    1907 days ago
    Done and good luck.
    1914 days ago
    Lexi qualified for the raffle at 50 nominations. She now has 174 nominations. You only get one lottery ticket for qualifying. The top nomination kid automatically gets a bike. The top kid now has over 10,000 nominations! It would be incredible if folks reposted and somehow she got 12,000 nominations!! I am thankful for all the nominations she has already received, thank you all so much!! emoticon
    1914 days ago
    done love made 171 it one ticket in raffle per child or 1 raffel ticket every 50 votes?if the later let us know and i will also post the link on my fgriend status and in a blog for you.let us know.other than that how are you doing love.goodluck,let us know if lexi wins one or not. emoticon
    1914 days ago
    When I voted for you..the count was 162 nominations! emoticon emoticon
    1914 days ago
    Just voted but I had to edit the link to make it work. It ended up with a space in the middle of lexi-3.
    1914 days ago
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