All email programs have a place for a "signature." It's just a few lines automatically generated at the bottom of every email to tell the reader know who you are.
Many people include contact information or a favorite quote.
The really nice ones include a statement of support and a link to www.AlzQuilts.org.
Here are some great examples:
Donate to the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative, now a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation!
Proud supporter of the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative ~ www.AlzQuilts.org
Raising awareness and funding research through art ~ one quilt at a time!
I am proud to be participating in the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative. For more info and how you can help fight this dreadful disease, go to www.alzquilts.org.
I am proud to be participating in the Alzheimer's Art Quilt
Initiative, a program to raise awareness and fund research for
Alzheimer's disease. All proceeds will go to fund research www.alzquilts.org.
So glad I found something useful to do with the little quilts I enjoy making. :) http://www.alzquilts.org/
Support the AAQI in your email signature! It's like a mini billboard. Those few lines of text will reach people who you may have never guessed had someone in their family with Alzheimer's disease. Now they know how they can help too.Send me your signature!