Gulf Oil Spill – Telethon on CNN Tonight!

Gulf Oil Spill – Telethon on CNN Tonight!

Posted By: Nature Conservancy, Inc

Dear Nature Supporters,
First of all, thank you!  Because of you, our cause on Facebook has reached 250,000 members.  Please keep talking about and supporting nature and we are sure to reach 300,000 in no time!
Second, you can continue supporting nature when you help to get the word out about tonight’s Gulf Coast Relief Telethon on Larry King Live from 8-10 P.M. ET on CNN. And please, tune in to watch!

The Nature Conservancy and our restoration work in the Gulf will be featured during the telethon along with a number of celebrities who will be on hand to help take donations.

All money raised for the Conservancy during the telethon will directly support our Fund for Gulf Coast Restoration. Monies in this fund are being used by the Conservancy to help determine both the extent of the oil spill and the necessary long-term restoration work in the Gulf and states along its coast.

So please watch the Gulf Coast Relief Telethon tonight and tell your friends, co-workers and family members to do the same. Please forward them this email, tweet on Twitter about the telethon or post information to your Facebook wall.

Thank you again for your continued support and we hope you’ll watch tonight’s telethon.

Sincerely,
The Nature Conservancy

p.s. If you haven’t had a chance yet, make sure you view this slideshow of Gulf oil spill images captured by photographer Bridget Besaw. The image of the oiled brown pelican awaiting rescue on the beach of Elmers Island, Louisiana is just an example of what we’re facing here in the Gulf.

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