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A difference you make in Bangladesh!

Environmental Pollution in Bangladesh

Dear All,

I am writing to you on behalf of a team of UWC students and UNYSAB (United Nations Youth and Students Association) who are working on an environmental project - The Green Channel, to raise awareness in Bangladesh.
We, the youth of Bangladesh are dedicatedly flighting for a cleaner and greener Bangladesh and we would really appreciate it if you could support our endeavor by making a small donation. Please remember the smallest of your donation (even if thats a $) will make a huge difference! And most importantly please spread the message to your friends, family and networks (YOUR UNIVERSITY) who might be interested in donating to this project.

Please make your donation at http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/green-channel/
and share it in your facebook!! (the most number of shares will get us bonus grants from the website!)Please also share our project page on your facebook if possible. Having the maximum facebook shares will grant us bonus funds up to $2000 from the GG website!

For more information about the project and the us the organizers, please see the website mentioned above and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me (a UWC Alumni and a member of UNYSAB) at navin.rahman.06@gmail.com or Nafiz Imtiaz (President of UNYSAB) at nafiznipun@yahoo.com

Sincerely,
The Green Channel Team
UWC and UNYSAB

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