A BIG Thank you to all that have donated!!!
Thank you for visiting my web-site. I have put a TON of time and effort into making this website for you over the last ten years and do have some out of pocket fees that are associated with maintaining this website. We are asking for your help with a one time donation of just $1.00 per visitor, or any amount would be greatly appreciated; and I know that not everyone is able to donate. If you don't want to donate to my site, please take a few moments to donate to one of my favorite charities. Thank you!
There are currently three ways to make a donation. You can donate through paypal, you can mail it to my address, or you can sign up at http://www.ebates.com/
Your donation to The Germany Information Web-Site will be secure thanks to http://www.paypal.com/
Please mail your donation to:
56 Tanterra Drive
Stafford, Virginia 22556
Please make checks payable to Christina Parish and include your email address with your donation - Thanks!
If you are going to shop online, you might as well get cash back, right? It is FREE to use and is legitamite, I promise! You sign up, shop for the first time, and get $5 in your account.... and if you use my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) as the referrer, I will also get $5 in my account. When you are ready to shop, you visit http://www.ebates.com/ and select from the hundreds of sites you want to shop at, it takes you to that site, you shop, and you get cash credited to your ebates account. Every three months, you get a check in the mail; yes it is that simple! I have already gotten over $200 back; yes, I do a lot of shopping. You can also click on this link to sign up for free... http://www.ebates.com/rf.do?id=32863056
Donate to one of my favorite charities
American Cancer Society
My cousin lost her life at the young age of 14, from Melanoma and I also lost my Grandfather to cancer
American Red Cross
I was a volunteer with the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center American Red Cross for 3 years.
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
My cousin was diagnosed with diabetes at age 5