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Donate your EE T-Shirts to a worthy cause

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Donate your EE T-Shirts to a worthy cause

Looking for something worth while to do with your EE T-Shirts? Run out of space in the wardrobe?

Well now we can,  over the past months the Experts Exchange Admins/Moderators have been working with the Experts Exchange staff to provide us experts with a way that we can donate our T-Shirts towards a worth cause.

The cause that has been chosen is http://www.wineforwells.org/the_issue.html they build wells to provide sustainable solutions to the shortage of drinking water available in Africa.

The more T-Shirts we donate, the bigger the well.  For example to install a new well would cost 300 T-Shirts, but the next size up would cost 500.

For those of you interested in this you can simply follow the instructions below:

Access your shirt redemption page:
1. Click the link to edit your profile.
2. Select the tab ‘For Experts’
3. Select the sub-tab ‘Shirts’

Designate the shirts you would like to donate to charity:
1. Click the ‘Redeem’ button next a shirt you wish to donate.
2. In the ‘Full Name’ field type your name if it is not already present.
3. In ‘Address Line 1’ type:  ‘Donate to charity’
4. You can type whatever you wish in the other fields, but they are a necessary step in order for the form to be accepted for submission.
5. Click ‘Submit’.
6. Click ‘Complete Order’.
7. You can disregard the shirt arrival information, but consider this confirmation that your shirt donation has been counted.
8. Note: You will also get an email confirming your shirt order, that is just a part of the current shirt redemption process, and can be disregarded.
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by:Éric Moreau
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This is excellent. I probably have a dozen of unclaimed t-shirts. Watch me donate them!
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by:Milleniumaire
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Me too.  I hadn't realised how many unclaimed t-shirts I had.  They are now hopefully helping a worthy cause.
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by:Arthur_Wood
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I have donated all of my pending shirts.
 
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by:Éric Moreau
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I just donated 22 t-shirts.
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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do we keep these questions open?
just to know, as I was given this question in the Cleanup
Cheers
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Glen Knight earned 0 total points
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Hmmm, I guess we can delete this one :)
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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ok, fire free for member balls :))

CU  next year
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by:Auric1983
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Is this still going on? i have a bout half dozen that I would like to donate
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