“Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.”
“There is nothing wrong in change, if it is in the right direction. To improve is to change, so to be perfect is to have changed often.”
― Winston Churchill
How would your life be if you stopped allowing other people to dilute or poison your day with their words or opinions? Let today be the day you stand strong in the truth of your beauty and journey through your day without attachment to the validation of others Steve Maraboli
via Project Grad
My mission is to help this group raise enough money to keep the project going. I am not affiliated with this group. I just saw a segment on the news about them, and decided to help them any way I can.
If you would like to help their great cause, click this link.
Uneducated people do not choose to be in that condition of poverty, but due to not achieving any level of education which is a basic human right, they have not had the same chances in life. People need an education. Educated people make better leaders. Educated people can solve more problems.
Project Grad’s Mission
In partnership with Knox County Schools and the communities they serve, Project GRAD Knoxville impacts generational change through education. Their K-16 approach focuses on:
College and career access and success
Social services support
Family, neighborhood and community engagement
Intentional support for students from disadvantaged circumstances
Teamwork – Their relationships are grounded in trust and defined by a commitment to reciprocal care and shared responsibility.
Respect – Every person matters and each person’s dignity is honored.
Service – They passionately advocate and care for those they serve and strive to deliver results that exceed expectations.
Honesty and Integrity – Their behavior is ethical and their intention is never to mislead.
Professional competence – Each colleague possesses the skill set, tool set, support and resources to contribute to his or her best work.
Professional growth – They are committed to professionally growing themselves and those they support.
I love Ebates! At Ebates, they don’t ask you to fill out forms or earn points. In fact, earning Cash Back with Ebates is as easy as 1-2-3:
Shop: First, start an Ebates Shopping Trip. To do this, simply be sure to click on any Ebates link to the store you’ll shop with before you make a purchase.
Validate: When you click an Ebates link, you’ll see a pop-up confirmation letting you know you’re ready to shop and earn Cash Back at that store.
Purchase: Complete your purchase as you normally would. This will also complete your Shopping Trip.
That’s all you have to do.
Once the store lets them know that you’ve made a purchase, they will add your Cash Back to your account and send you an email confirmation. It usually takes a little time for the store to let them know that your purchase was completed. Depending on the store, this can take from a few hours to several days. Then, every three months, they send you the Cash Back you’ve earned, in a Big Fat Check or via PayPal.
Retroactively earning Cash Back
Did you place an order, but forgot to go through Ebates first? Unfortunately, you can only earn Cash Back by starting a Shopping Trip with Ebates first. They have no way to add Cash Back after a purchase has already been made.
If you are finding it difficult to remember to go to Ebates.com before you purchase, try their Cash Back Button. I use it. It pops up automatically on any site where Ebates Cash Back is available, and it even finds coupons for you.
Click on the banner below to gwt started. I enjoy getting a check every 3 months. If you shop online a lot, that can really add up, providing the merchant is participating with Ebates. Try it…
“Treat those who are good with goodness, and also treat those who are not good with goodness. Thus goodness is attained. Be honest to those who are honest, and be also honest to those who are not honest. Thus honesty is attained.”
― Lao Tzu