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Dr. Mani - Heart Kids Tweet-a-thon September 12

@DrMani on Twitter was mentioned by Beth Kanter in her talk at Gnomedex last week. he is a Dr based in India and has a passion for promoting good causes on social networks. his blog is http://EzineMarketingCenter.com.

As you may have seen in the presentation by Amanda Koster there is lot of work to be done for kids all around the world. Dr Mani is organizing a tweet-a-thon to raise money. You can participate here http://www.chdinfo.com/tweetathon-submit.htm

What Has The Tweet-a-thon Got To Do With C.H.D.?

In August-September every year, heart surgeon and infopreneur Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian holds a 24-hour day-and-night blogging marathon called the Heart Kids Blogathon.

The event is widely supported by thousands of people. Many make donations (over $120,000 has been raised over the last 6 years). The money was used to fund life-saving heart surgery in 26 children, with many more to come. See this site for details.

By participating in the Heart Kids Tweet-a-thon, and helping spread the word about it or making a donation, you will be helping spread the message of Congenital Heart Defects Awareness far and wide... and maybe another child (or many more) will live because of your help and support

More details here http://www.chdinfo.com/tweetathon.htm

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