Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Clay Aiken: Teams up


Clay Aiken: Teams up With UNICEF and Malaria No More to defeat malaria, a completely preventable disease that still kills one child every 30 seconds worlwide. But as UNICEF Ambassador Clay Aiken puts it in this short video, "It doesn't have to be this way.". He urges everyone to "give the gift of growing up"




For a limited time, Malaria No More will match your donation in the fight against malaria, helping UNICEF save twice as many lives. To learn more, click here. Or, "give the gift of growing up" and make an online donation today.


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26 comments:

  1. Thank you for the heads up on this heartfelt video. Bless our Clay Aiken.

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  2. ceecee4:44 PM

    I'm donating today.

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  3. Anonymous5:02 PM

    It takes so little to do so much. I hope many respond to Clay Aiken's appeal.

    Shycon

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  4. Anonymous5:03 PM

    Thanks for posting the Clay Aiken videos. The gift of growing up...how poignant!

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  5. musicfan5:08 PM

    Thank you for putting this up. I am so proud that Clay is involved in trying to make the world a better place.

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  6. I contributed my $50.00, but any amount I am sure would be appreciated.

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  7. Clay Aiken asks and I can't resist, off to get my credit card!

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  8. Thanks Chexxxy

    Clay's doing his part, let's do ours.

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  9. claniac246:48 PM

    Clay is doing such wonderful work for children all over the world. I'm so proud of him and so proud of all us fans who come through for him when he tells us of the needs. Clay Aiken is one fine man.

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  10. Thank you for publishing Clay Aiken's video on how we can help to prevent malaria worldwide. This is certainly a worthy cause.

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  11. Anonymous6:39 AM

    This is a beautiful video. Clay Aiken looks tired, scruffy, and determined. Clay and UNICEF belong together.

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  12. I love this compassionate man. Thanks for posting the video, Chexxxy.

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  13. UNICEF & Clay Aiken are great partners. I'll be donating today!

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  14. What a great video, and what a great cause. Of course Clay Aiken makes a habit of supporting worthy causes and I love him for that.

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  15. A great cause to save children's lives. I'm glad Clay Aiken is doing this PSA and many donate.

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  16. Anonymous3:21 PM

    Don't you just love him? He really walks the walk along with the talk--I so admire this man!

    Just donated! =)

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  17. Anonymous3:34 PM

    I could never say no to Clay. Donated for this worthy cause. I'm so proud of Clay today.

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  18. Anonymous3:43 PM

    Sweet! I love Clay Aiken! Love him!

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  19. Clay Aiken does a good job of explaining the problem and the solution . Thanks to Clay , UNICEF and Malaria No More .

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  20. Wonderful video by Clay Aiken. He tirelessly travels around the world bringing attention to children in need. UNICEF is very fortunate to have an ambassador like Clay.

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  21. Anonymous6:18 AM

    If you do nothing more this month, read the September 9th blog.

    THIS is why we support Clay Aiken!

    http://lifeblog-me-and-clayaiken.blogspot.com/2008/09/book-man-smile-and-some-clay-magic.html

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  22. Anonymous7:35 AM

    I love it when groups team up to accomplish even more. Clay Aiken is a very persuasive spokesperson, not the least because he clearly believes in the cause and is willing to back up the fine words with action.

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  23. Clay Aiken continues his humanitarian work. A good cause.

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  24. Clay Aiken is telling us how to give the gift of life for these children.

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  25. Nothing but net. A simple netting on a crib to save a child. Clay Aiken and UNICEF a better idea.

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  26. Anonymous5:59 AM

    We take so much for granted in this country. It really takes someone to point out how fortunate we are , and how little it takes to help others. Thanks to Clay Aiken for this PSA.

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