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Please Support the Greater Good Science Center!

December 26, 2011 | The Main Dish | 0 comments

As 2011 comes to a close, I am once again profoundly grateful that I am able to write this newsletter and blog for the Greater Good Science Center. This work—so fulfilling for me, and I hope meaningful for you—is made possible by individual supporters like you.

As a valued member of this community, your support and enthusiasm brings greater happiness to children (and their parents!) in a very real way.

This year I hope you will consider supporting the Greater Good Science Center.  I have three ideas about how you can do this:

(1) Make a financial contribution to the Greater Good Science Center.  Making a gift is easy, and, of course, tax-deductible: just CLICK HERE.  At the bottom of the online form in the “special instructions” box, please note that your gift is in support of Raising Happiness, if that is your intention.

(2) Become a member of the Greater Good Science Center.  Special benefits included!  Sign-up here.

(3) Take an online Raising Happiness class. When you sign up using this link, I’ll donate 20% of the registration fee to the Greater Good Science Center.  Winter session begins January 9th; I’m offering a class that will teach you how to keep your New Year’s Resolutions! Check out the class catalog here.

Many, many thanks!  I hope that your gift, along with this newsletter, brings you great joy both now and in the coming year.

© 2011 Christine Carter, Ph.D.

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