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FREE Button Parts - Vote NOW!

Through the generosity and amazing support of our customers, ABM has the opportunity to help those organizations who are truly working to change the world for the better and now we want you to help us choose who the next recipient of that generosity will be!  

First up is Minden High School in Minden, LA.  The students in the Art Club at Minden donate their time and artistic talents to make buttons that they can sell to the student body to raise funds.  But, instead of having a pizza party or field trip for themselves, these incredible young people donate all of the proceeds to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.  For those unfamiliar with St. Jude, they work tirelessly to treat children with cancer and other life threatening illnesses.  No family ever has to pay for treatment at St. Jude.  It is provided free of charge thanks to the donations of people like these kids.  

 Next up is the Bennett & Dennis Herrick Memorial American Legion Post 626 in Gladstone, MO.  Buttons have become one of their main fundraising avenues and with those funds they send students to Missouri Boys and Girls States, participate in community activities, donate to the Mayors Christmas Tree for local charities, the Salvation Army, SSAFE, The Honor Flight Network of KC, run an Honor Guard Team for Veterans funerals, give to American Legion Charities National Emergency Fund and the Child Welfare Foundation. 

The winner of this vote will receive 500 button parts and 6 months of Build-a-Button design software.  We know it's a tough decision and we need help making it so vote today by making your choice in the poll below and then spread the word!  Voting will close on 4/28/17 and we will announce our winner on May 2nd. 

Until next time, Happy Button Making!  

By Brighid Brown, Director of Blogging and All Things Cool at ABM


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Go MHS ❤

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Both great projects!

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