Debbie Gibson is auditioning her #top10 tweeps.
Debbie Gibson can’t stop poverty alone, so she’s working with Children International to create the sponsorship #top10...an exclusive group of tweeps. Not only will Debbie Gibson DM you on Twitter, she will call you to congratulate you personally on joining the fight to end poverty!
It’s easy to get involved:
1) Tweet. Tell your followers about Debbie’s #top10! Follow and retweet @DebbieGibson and @Children_Intl during the month of June. (You can even tweet directly from this page!) The top tweeter will get a shout out from Debbie...and a personal call!
2) Share. Don’t limit your reach to Twitter...let the whole world know you’re joining Debbie! Tell your friends about sponsorship via Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, Reddit…anywhere you hang out online. Use your online presence for good and share with friends. If you bring in the most traffic, Debbie will DM and call you!
3) Sponsor. Cut out the middle man! When you sponsor a child from below, Debbie will personally thank you on Twitter and IRL. Charity and fame? Awesome.
Ready for the charity spotlight? Join Debbie’s #top10!
Angel's father died 3 months ago. His family is barely surviving...and he may have to leave school.
Thank you to David for sponsoring Ángel.
Danna lacks the most basic needs. Her home in Colombia has no bathroom or running water.
Thank you to Ariel for sponsoring Danna.
Keiner's family shares a small metal-roofed home and survives on less than $200 a month.
Thank you to Sandra for sponsoring Keiner.
Sumit loves sports, the only escape from his daily struggles for food, water and shelter.
Thank you to Jenny for sponsoring Sumit.
Alyah sleeps on the floor with a thin mattress, walking to an open field to relieve herself.
Thank you to Jason for sponsoring Alyah.
Janelle's dad abandoned her family, leaving them to survive on $34 a month.
Thank you to Sandra for sponsoring Janelle.
Angel's mother struggles to provide food and medicine for him.
Thank you to Randy for sponsoring Angel S.
Maureen and her mother barely survive on $20 a month.
Thank you to Susan for sponsoring Maureen.
Since Everisto's father died, his mother has struggled to provide for him and
Thank you to Joe for sponsoring Everisto.