Kym Gordon Moore and The Dove’s Nest Need Your Vote!!!

Posted: August 8, 2009 in Community Outreach
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39425-hi-Feeding_Dreams_Logo Heartfelt Greetings to All of My Dear Family and Friends!

I was recently chosen as one of General Mills’ Feeding Dreams Community Champions in Charlotte, North Carolina. I am honored and humbled to be among some amazing and very outstanding Community Champions chosen in the Charlotte, Birmingham, Memphis and Norfolk areas. However, on behalf of The Dove’s Nest, a subsidiary of The Charlotte Rescue Mission, I am seeking your “vote” that will determine the total amount of the monetary donation this organization will receive from General Mills. If you are not familiar with The Dove’s Nest, it is a women-specific recovery program that provides a loving, highly-structured Christian environment to help women understand and deal with the core issues of their alcohol and/or drug addiction.

In essence, here’s how the General Mills Feeding Dreams Community Champion voting procedure works:
– Voting is in progress. There is NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. To vote, log onto and follow the online instructions for voting. Voting ends at 11:59 PM Eastern Time on November 6, 2009. Limit 1 vote per person per day. You do not have to live in Charlotte in order to vote for Kym & The Dove’s Nest. (Additional conditions can be found on the “Voting Rules” page)

Each charity will receive a donation from General Mills, but how much depends on how many votes we receive. In the Charlotte area there are three Community Champion recipients representing their chosen charity. As noted, I am representing The Dove’s Nest. Monetary donations will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place charities, based on who gets the most votes. To help you further understand how important your vote means, I am currently working with The Dove’s Nest to contribute to their Capital Campaign Fund for an expansion facility scheduled to break ground next year. This facility will increase from the current 12-bed facility to a 90-bed facility, to accommodate a growing waiting list of those women in desperate need for their services. This is why the 1st Place Award is so important to The Dove’s Nest and me.

Have you ever personally experienced homelessness, hunger, hopelessness or helplessness? Were you ever the victim of an addiction, abuse or monumental adversity? If you haven’t, let’s hope that you never will. Nevertheless, as our journey in life progresses, we all will eventually deal with some type of monumental adversity, whether it’s spiritual, physical, mental or emotional. For that reason, as the Feeding Dreams Community Champion, I am currently coordinating a fundraiser scheduled for September 19, 2009 to donate the proceeds to the capital campaign project for The Dove’s Nest. If you would like to contribute to this Capital Campaign Fundraiser or if you are interested in attending the “Diversities of Gifts for The Dove’s Nest Fundraiser”, please feel free to send me an email at Your generous gift will bless so many women in need.

I would like to thank you in advance for your vote, support, donations and prayers. Please feel free to forward and share this newsletter or link ( with those on your email list and ask them to vote for Kym and The Dove’s Nest. May God continue to bless and keep you.

Peace & Blessings Always,

Kym Gordon Moore
Author of “Diversities of Gifts: Same Spirit”


  1. […] For more details about the Feeding Dreams contest and how it relates to Dove’s Nest click here. […]


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