charitable work

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by boney, Jun 8, 2004.

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  1. boney

    boney Registered Member

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    greetings all

    i must start by saying that this forum has been invaluable to a newbie like me.

    from what i can see many people are helped by this forum free of charge which is a great bonus in these moneygrabbing days.

    however the cost of getting my pc "cleaned" by a proffessional would be quite prohibitive to someone of my means and that makes your help all the more appreciated.

    so much so that i wondered if the forum could "adopt" a charity and ask any it helps to make a small donation to that charity if they are able to.

    i know i would certainly be only too pleased to do so if it is agreed upon..


    what are your thoughts on thiso_O?


    take care all.. :D

    god bless you

    boney.....uk
     
  2. Cochise

    Cochise A missed friend

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    Nice thought boney and very admirable.....but kind of missing the point of what the people here are all about, in my honest opinion.....reward, or whatever appears to be immaterial and kind of irrellevant when you hear of the selfless effort put in by the 'Members' here....... :-*

    Cochise, :cool:
     
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