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    Charity advertising

    Morning all!

    I just wanted to let you know that one of our brand new ads appeared in the London Evening Standard last night. Woohoo!

    Once I know how to upload my photo of it here (any tips here would be helpful!), I’ll give you a peek …

    The Evening Standard generously offers us space as and when they have space to fill, so the ads are placed at no cost to us.

    Have a fun day
    Ruth

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    #88589
    Re: Charity advertising

    Attachments

    Or were you thinkng of posting a photo that is saved elsewhere on the internet – those instructions are a little different.

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    AM
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    #88590
    Re: Charity advertising

    @writerruth wrote:

    The Evening Standard generously offers us space as and when they have space to fill, so the ads are placed at no cost to us.

    That’s good of them. Didn’t know newspapers were so altruistic these days!
    Sybylla 8-)

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    #88591
    Re: Charity advertising

    Thanks, AMG – you’re so helpful! I saw that earlier but didn’t think it would work. I guess I should have just tried, hey?

    And Sybylla, we are constantly amazed at how many generous and kind people there are out there.

    Here’s the ad – voila! I’d love to hear your thoughts!

    Ruth

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    #88592
    Re: Charity advertising

    And Helen’s now put a piece about this on our website too, with a link from the homepage: http://www.muscular-dystrophy.org/carson

    Have a great Wednesday
    Ruth

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