30 days of emailing and IMing for the common good

June 25, 2008
i'm Helping Kids Survive In this last year, everyone who has joined Microsoft's I'm Initiative helped raise more than $255,000 for UNICEF's lifesaving work for children. THANK YOU! Now there's a way for everyone, whether you use instant messenger or not, to join in. Recently, Microsoft expanded the I'm Initiative to Hotmail users. So if you have Hotmail and you choose UNICEF as your cause, all of those emails you send will start adding up to even more help for the world's children. To learn more and check out a conversation with U.S. Fund for UNICEF President & CEO Caryl Stern about the I'm Initiative, visit www.imtalkathon.com.

i'm Helping Kids Survive

In this last year, everyone who has joined Microsoft's I'm Initiative has helped raise more than $255,000 for UNICEF's lifesaving work for children. THANK YOU!

Now everyone, whether you use instant messenger or not, can join in. Recently, Microsoft expanded the I'm Initiative to Hotmail users. So if you have Hotmail and you choose UNICEF as your cause, all of those emails you send will start adding up to even more help for the world's children. If you don't have Hotmail, why not get it? It's free.

To help promote the I'm Initiative, a guy named Parker is doing something he calls a "talkathon," 30 days of e-mailing and IM-ing for the common good. Check it out at www.imtalkathon.com, and watch for his conversation with Caryl Stern, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's president and CEO.