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Help raise funds for tornado relief and reconstruction: Post one of these buttons on your weblog

Help raise funds for tornado relief: Post one of these buttons on your weblog

Agent Genius is puttng together a fund-raising effort to provided money for relief and reconstruction for those hardest hit by this week’s tornadoes.

Below you will find code that you can use to post a button or banner on your weblog to encourage donations. All three incorporate Jay Thompson’s PayPal donation interface, so your readers can make donations online by credit card. Copy everything inside the text box and paste that into your sidebar or header file:

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  1. […] after these massive destruction.  Help raise funds for the reconstruction efforts by going to Bloodhound Blog to download one of the buttons connected to a PayPal account (thanks to Jay Thompson) to promote […]

  2. [HELP] | GeekEstate Blog February 7th, 2008 5:49 pm

    […] after these massive destruction. Help raise funds for the reconstruction efforts by going to Bloodhound Blog to download one of the buttons connected to a PayPal account (thanks to Jay Thompson) to promote […]

  3. […] 281 RSS subscribers to the CoRE blog and would like to help spread awareness, please add one of the buttons available at BloodHoundBlog to your sidebar — or just blog it! Thanks for your help in […]

  4. […] Bloodhound Blog and AgentGenius are helping to raise money via the Red Cross for tornado relief and reconstruction.  Donate over on the right through PayPal.  Every little bit helps.  Let me know if you donate through my site and I’ll mention you and provide a link to your site (as if you need a reason). […]

  5. […] after these massive destruction.  Help raise funds for the reconstruction efforts by going to Bloodhound Blog to download one of the buttons connected to a PayPal account (thanks to Jay Thompson) to promote […]

  6. Mike Mueller February 7th, 2008 8:57 pm

    We’re in!
    On the sidebar and a featured post!

  7. Tornado Victims Twister Fund February 7th, 2008 9:27 pm

    […] button you see in the sidebar here will allow you to make a donation to the fund. You can visit BloodhoundBlog to get code to put a button on your own site. The more eyes that see it, the more effective the […]

  8. […] February 7, 2008 by Dustin … any other nifty thing like that, but I can send you over to BHB where you can make a valuable donation that will help people who were caught up in the recent tornadoes. […]

  9. Tornado Victim Help February 7th, 2008 10:39 pm

    […] folks over at Agent Genius & Bloodhound Blog have put together a fund raising drive to help the people affected by the recent Tornadoes that […]

  10. […] If you can’t donate, please consider putting the graphic and donation button on any site you can. You can get the code at Bloodhound here. […]

  11. […] after these massive destruction. Help raise funds for the reconstruction efforts by going to Bloodhound Blog to download one of the buttons connected to a PayPal account (thanks to Jay Thomspon) to promote […]

  12. Steven Groves February 8th, 2008 8:28 am

    I’m in – badge posted; donation forth coming…

  13. Saskatoon Real Estate Resource Centre Blog February 8th, 2008 8:44 am

    What if your house just blew away? [help]…

    It seems to me that whenever disaster strikes anywhere in the world, Americans can be counted on to dig…

  14. Heather Lawson February 8th, 2008 9:04 am

    Help the tornado victims with Twister Fund…

    Do you have a website? Help spread the word by putting a banner on your website or blog. Download here:…

  15. […] Genius and Bloodhound Blog have teamed up to mobilize the RE.net to help the thousands of people who have lost their homes and […]

  16. […] is a lot easier than you may think. All you have to do is visit these posts on AgentGenius and BloodhoundBlog in order to make a much needed donation and help spread the […]

  17. […] More info can be found over on Agent Genius & BloodhoundBlog […]

  18. […] at Bloodhound Blog has kindly prepared some buttons which can be placed on your blog should you wish to be […]

  19. Missy Caulk February 8th, 2008 3:28 pm
  20. […] donation, those of you who have your own blog (or someone else in your company does), you can visit Bloodhound Blog and download the code for the buttons like the one below, allowing word to spread, providing others […]

  21. […] them as they try to rebuild their homes and their lives. Please consider helping agentgenious and Bloodhound Blog in this effort by 1) downloading the help button onto your blog and post regarding this effort to […]

  22. Ines February 9th, 2008 1:21 pm
  23. […] from last week. Thousands of folks are homeless, and 54 people lost their lives. You can visit the Bloodhound Blog to download a button for your website or blog to promote the fundraising effort, or you can click […]

  24. Tim Harris February 12th, 2008 1:40 pm

    [Helping] Away.

  25. […] at Bloodhound Blog has kindly prepared some buttons which can be placed on your blog should you wish to be […]

  26. […] have come across this post on BHB, so here is the button to […]

  27. MARK Z October 6th, 2008 8:05 pm

    I know this is an old post, but I’m just amazed how I found this. Greg, I am more and more amazed at the power of this blog and how it spreads the word about topics you would never even expect. I’m sure the victims affected by this tornado must be grateful to have you promote their cause.

  28. […] button you see in the sidebar here will allow you to make a donation to the fund. You can visit BloodhoundBlog to get code to put a button on your own site. The more eyes that see it, the more effective the […]

  29. Susan December 18th, 2008 9:21 pm

    I am more and more amazed at the power of this blog and how it spreads the word about topics you would never even expect. I’m sure the victims affected by this tornado must be grateful to have you promote their cause.

    I have to ditto this comment by Mark. You find wonderful ways to use this blog to help so many people. I am wondering if you have any idea how much money was raised for tornado relief…