i’m MAKING A DIFFERENCE

i’m MAKING A DIFFERENCE WITHOUT MAKING A SACRIFICE
 
i’m is a new initiative from Windows Live™ Messenger. Every time you start a conversation using i’m, Microsoft shares a portion of the program’s advertising revenue with some of the world’s most effective organizations dedicated to social causes. We’ve set no cap on the amount we’ll donate to each organization. The sky’s the limit.

So any time you have an i’m™ conversation using Windows Live Messenger, you help address the issues you feel most passionate about, including poverty, child protection, disease, and environmental degradation. It’s simple. All you have to do is join and start an instant messaging conversation. We’ll handle the donation.

There’s no charge, so join now and put our money where your mouth is.

i’m starts with you. When you start an i’m conversation you start giving.

It’s simple to join the i’m™ initiative if you already have version 8.1 of Windows Live Messenger. Need to download Windows Live Messenger 8.1? Get it free!

From your Contacts window, click the arrow next to your name and select "Personal Settings".

Next to your name, type one of the following codes, including the asterisk, for the cause you’d like to support.

Text Code

Cause

*red+u

American Red Cross

*bgca

Boys & Girls Club

*naf

National AIDS Fund

*mssoc

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

*9mil

ninemillion.org

*sierra

Sierra Club

*help

StopGlobalWarming.org

*komen

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

*unicef

The US fund for UNICEF

Click "OK" to complete the sign-up process.

i’m is easy to use, so join now and let the giving begin.

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