Please remember to vote for sweet Janati...we're currently in 7th place and need your help to win $1,000!
More Breaking News!
You may recall that The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project's Founder and Executive Director Twesigye Jackson Kaguri was recently selected a 2012 CNN Hero.*
In addition to the original feature, CNN also filmed Jackson encouraging students to dream big and to aspire to dogood in this world.
You can watch this two-minute film by clicking here.
On Thursday, September 20th, CNN will announce this year's TOP 10 CNN Heroes, at which timeonline voting begins for "Hero of the Year."
The Top 10 CNN Heroes will receive $50,000, and the CNN Hero of the Year will receive $250,000! We know that we can count on you to promote and vote if Jackson makes it into the TOP 10...and we promise you will be the first to know when it happens!
Winning this award would mean the world to the students and grannies you have come to love.
Thank you so much for your unwavering support. Please remember to take the time to vote forJanati's photo before August 15th!
Extra-credit if you ask your friends too also. :)
You are simply the best!
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