The Vsnap team is marching toward our beta launch in mid-November. But first, we want to invite you to be involved in something that’s important and simple. We call it Vthankyou, and the various partners involved are listed at www.vthankyou.com.
It’s important that we as individuals say thank you to our veterans for their service and their sacrifice. They should have a way to feel our gratitude.
It’s simple for anyone with a webcam to easily record a 60-second video message via www.vsnap.com. Or it will be starting November 1. Also, our service allows you to attach a file that makes it more personal. Maybe a photo of your brother who served, or a link to a poem or a song that really captures how you feel.
We’ll post all the vsnaps to the Vthankyou twitter feed, to let our veterans feel the full effect – thousands of personal statements of support and gratitude and good will.
We’ll also line up corporate donations, so that every vsnap sent will trigger a $1 donation to the Wounded Warrior Project. We have an initial $5,000 donation and we welcome more sponsors.
This is going to be an 11-day campaign from November 1 through Veterans Day. So what can you do right now?
- Follow Vthankyou on Twitter so we can let you know when you can record your vsnap.
- Like Vsnap on Facebook for the same reason.
- If you’re not on either of those platforms, email us at info (at) vsnap (dot) com, we’ll let you know when we’re live.
- If you want to make a matching donation to incentivize even more vsnaps to our veterans, awesome! Just email us your pledge and we’ll tell you when that many vsnaps get sent, at which point you can make your donation directly to the Wounded Warrior Project. They get 100% of the funds.
There’s lots of debate about what the best course of action is for our country. But there should be no debate about honoring our veterans by expressing our feelings of gratitude in a direct way. Vthankyou is about speaking respectfully and gratefully to people who serve. They deserve that.
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