Follow the Wings to help CARE

By Jay Gory, thecheers.org    2011-10-28 04:14:23    

Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced a partnership with CARE, a leading humanitarian organization that is dedicated to fighting global poverty. The announcement was made on the United Nations' International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Based on what their information, there are more than 900million (about 1/7th of the world's population) people around the globe who need to live their lives for less than just one dollar a day.
Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced a partnership with CARE, a leading humanitarian organization that is dedicated to fighting global poverty. The announcement was made on the United Nations' International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Based on what their information, there are more than 900million (about 1/7th of the world's population) people around the globe who need to live their lives for less than just one dollar a day.

Sunovion, a leading pharmaceutical company dedicated to coming up with therapeutic products in order to advance the science of medicine to improve lives of patients, started the campaign Follow the Wings to help the cause even further. In addition to CARE, they also partnered up with Follow The Wings game - an online Flash game where you move through the forest, over the pond, across the meadow to collect points while collecting coins and flowers.

Each time someone plays or shares the game with others, Sunovion will be contributing $1 to CARE, up to $100 000. So if you want to help the cause, be sure to play the game at www.FollowtheWings.com.

By playing and sharing it, the Humanitarian group CARE will receive up to $100,000 based on plays of online game Follow the Wings.

Sunovion Announces Partnership with Care Follow The Wings Game
Jay Gory, The Cheers News


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