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"Cyber-safe Kids" Fundraising Program Launched


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January 12, 2005 -- Millennium Studio Press ( www.cybersafekids.net ), publisher of “Cyber-safe Kids, The Parent”s Guide to Keeping Children Safe in Cyberspace, announced the launch of its new fundraising program.

“Every parent should have a copy of this book,” says Gregory Harris, president of Millennium. “This publication is the perfect fundraising tool. The parents get information they desperately need to keep their children safe, and the organization raises the funds needed for ongoing financial support.”

The book is personalized for the fundraising campaign, which includes a graphic on the cover, as well as a full page of text inside. The organization can include any information they would like to see distributed in the printed book. “Thanks to new On Demand printing technology, the books are customized and the fundraiser can continue for as long as the actual book exists.” Says Harris.

The cover price of the book is $24.95. The fundraising organization receives a 40% discount or $10.00 per copy. Two program options are available. Details can be viewed at http://www.cybersafekids.net/fund01.php

“Cyber-safe Kids” is the most up-to-date Internet Safety guide for parents. Parents will learn what their children do on-line, what the dangers are, and how to prevent them. It also includes a free issue of the “NetSafeKidz” newsletter ( http://www.netsafekidz.com ), and a 3 month subscription to the kidZmail safe email service ( http://www.kidzmail.com ).

“The timing is right for a book like this. Parents need to know what their kids are up to online. Many of the kids know more than the parents these days and that could spell trouble.” Says Harris.

To sign up for the program, or receive more information, visit http://www.cybersafekids.net/fund01.php



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