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Last month, I posted about how We Can Help Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation (CABF) Win $250,000 From Pepsi! CABF is competing for a $250,000 grant from The Pepsi Refresh Project. The winners will be decided by popular vote. In November, CABF finished in 5th place.  Unfortunately, only the top two win the grant!

They are eligible to try again this month for the voting grant.  As of this post, they are ranked #1 and will need our help to keep them there. I want to ask if you will help me keep them at #1 by voting daily!

Last month I said that everyone blogging about or sharing this post will be entered to WIN A FREE Caricature! (see past caricatures at I am honoring that but won’t pick the winners till the end of this month.  If we can help them win the grant, I am going to give 5 away for free. (You will get the caricature and be featured on my blog with links to your website or blog.)

Just Vote and Share with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Then let me know that you did (comment below or e-mail your link) and I’ll add your name to the contest. Winners will be picked Jan 3rd.

Three ways each day:



3. Text 104174 to Pepsi (73774)



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Stewart, C. (2010). Give 250K to Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation (CABF) with your Vote. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 17, 2014, from


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