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January 14, 2010

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Great news! So nice to hear that so many people continue to be generous in these difficult times. Everyone out there; let's make next year even better!

Well done, all!

Hi,
I participated in the New York City walk and I can tell you that it was amazing. I met some fantastic people and was very much inspired to do so much more for this truly important cause.

This is awesome news, I am so glad to be a part of it, even if my walk isn't the top walk!!!

The annual Walk for Farm Animals is pretty impressive!

I participated in the New York City walk and I can tell you that it was amazing. I met some fantastic people and was very much inspired to do so much more for this truly important cause.

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