Parent Launches Online Campaign to Change Child's Future

Marinha Grande, Portugal (PressExposure) November 15, 2012 -- Can the web actually do magic? Can a online crowdfunding campaign make a difference in a kid's life, both to her present and all her future? This father is determined to make that happen for his daughter: there's some real human magic happening when a group of people guarantees a fair shot at life for a child they don't even know.

Jorge Silva wants to prove that crowdfunding isn't a resource just to start companies and finance business projects; but that it can also jump start a Life into this world -- his daughter's life. That's why this modern day father decided to use the power of the web, using the real world meaning of the word "social" in "social media".

He was motivated to do this, because, just like any parent, he doesn't want his child, Daniela, to become just one more victim of the circumstances of her own parents -- one more statistic number, a dull, below average, human being with low or none hope to ever get to her full potential -- this is sure to happen in our society, if you have no access to education.

To have a bright, committed, caring, human being, that is well educated, that in turn will give back to society, that's what this campaign is all about. The name of the campaign? All For Her Campaign.

Although running in a well known crowdfunding platform, the "All For Her Campaign" is open to everyone: Nobody has to donate anything to participate, you may join and help a lot simply by sharing this campaign's link: [] the usual ways: social media, email contacts, word of mouth, etc. In the site you can see the whole story behind this campaign.

Jorge silva says: "Let's prove that Crowdfunding isn't just about raising money for ventures (which is a great thing in itself), but also about raising a person's level of opportunity in life".

About All For Her Campaign


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Press Release Submitted On: November 15, 2012 at 4:14 am
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