The cost of mailing promise cards to people around the world for free has always made Because I said I would. financially unstable. We once received over 17,000 promise card requests in two days. That cost over $10,000 to fulfill. Donations have never been able to match the high cost of our commitment. So we had to adopt a Latin proverb: “If the winds do not serve, take to the oars.” We had to start selling and shipping products to stay alive. We are willing work for your financial support.
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After one year of incarceration, #becauseisaidiwould records a new video with Matthew Cordle from inside prison. Hear what he has to say after accepting the consequences of killing a man while drinking and driving.
Full video on www.youtube.com/becauseisaidiwould
Just released an hour ago.
#saveyourvictim #dontdrinkanddrive #promise #commitment #prision #matthewcordle
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"Promise number six! This one is for me, and only me!"
Posted by Rachel. #becauseisaidiwould
Sometimes a promise to yourself is never known to others. They only thing they get to see is the person you become.
After the bombs stopped him from finishing the Boston Marathon in 2013, Bobby wrote this on his shoes before reentering and completing the race in 2014. He raised over $10,000 for the Boston Children’s Hospital. #becauseisaidiwould #finish #bostonstrong