This year’s MySweetWishList has been a bit overwhelming with all types of ideas provided by North Texas non-profits.
Surprisingly this year there has been an amazing array of area charities ranging from familiar oldtimers to little-known ones putting the word out. Some need supplies ranging from food to clothing. Others suggest hosting a friend for a 2023 fundraiser. And, of course, there is always the need for donations to meet end-of-year budgets.
If you are a non-profit and have a “wish” to share, time is running out. As a reminder, here are the requirements:
- a first-person article in Word format describing the one wish the organization would love to have granted during the upcoming holidays. Example: Let’s say your organization is having a 2023 fundraiser. Then the wish might be for folks to sign up for sponsorships or tickets to the event. Or, perhaps an animal rescue group’s wish is for supplies and food listed on Amazon.
- the author must be a nonprofit’s representative, preferably a volunteer.
- a photo of the author and/or organization’s logo in JPEG format.
- the link to the nonprofit’s website.
- the contact information for readers to respond.
- only one wish per nonprofit.
- When you submit the article and photo to [email protected], please put the “MySweetWishList for [the organization’s name]” (Example: MySweetWishList for Social Media Addicts Recovery Center) in the subject line. If you don’t, the infamous MySweetCharity filters will probably send your submission into the great unknown.
We’ll try to post as many as possible, so hustle!
*Photo credit: Skeeter Hagler