Donate to the MDA, win a Kindle Fire!

Donate to the MDA, win a Kindle Fire!

Joe Steiger of Linux blog JoeSteiger.com is currently running a fundraiser raffle on his blog to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).  The MDA uses money raised to help fund reseach and supply wheelchairs, braces, clinics, flu shots, a summer camp, and more for people affected with Muscular Dystrophy.  You can find more about what Muscular Dystrophy is here.

For the fundraiser, Joe is raffling off a brand new Kindle Fire.  For a donation of $5 or more (more of course recommended), you will be entered into the drawing for the Kindle Fire.  Donations will be accepted up until 11:59pm EST on January 31st. We should point out that the raffle is for U.S. participants only. The video below gives a bit more detail.

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So to summarize, you could make a small donation to a worthy cause that might just win you a Kindle Fire. Sounds like a win-win to us!

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Phil Esposito is a 17 year old Android advocate. His reviews and articles have been showcased on multiple technology sites across the web. Besides written reviews, Phil specializes in video production and incorporates videos into his articles whenever he gets the chance.

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