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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Real Options for City Kids is in the running for a Pepsi Refresh Grant

San Francisco, CA - December 1, 2010 - San Francisco nonprofit Real Options for City Kids, or ROCK for short, is in the running for a $25,000 Pepsi Refresh Grant for the month of December. Pepsi's giving program has been making waves across the country over the past year and ROCK is fortunate to have been selected. The top 10 projects each will receive $25,000 for their project based on voting by the general public.

Voting is simple and everyone is allowed to vote for ROCK once per day for each email address they have. To vote for ROCK, be sure to do the following:

1. http://www.refresheverything.com/funkoutwithrock
2. Click on "Vote for this Idea"
3a. Log in with your Facebook account, follow the instructions (be sure to allow the Facebook application). Once done, you will need to once again click on "Vote for this idea"
3b. Enter your email address to create a new account. You are allowed one account per email address, so feel free to create multiple accounts to vote multiple times. Once your account has been created, return to http://www.refresheverything.com/funkoutwithrock and click for "Vote for this Idea".

Please help by voting once per day and spreading the word (feel free to copy and paste these instructions).
Real Options for City Kids (ROCK) is dedicated to nurturing the healthy development of children by listening attentively to their needs and by providing opportunities to those who might not otherwise have access. ROCK aims to promote the positive development and long-term success of the youth that it serves through a combination of in-school and after school learning enrichment, sports and fitness, leadership training and outdoor adventure opportunities. ROCK's programs are designed to serve girls and boys, ages 6-17, who live in or attend school in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley. For more information, visit www.rocksf.org.

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