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Vote for DCM - and we could win $10,000!

Vote for DCM - and we could win $10,000!
31 October 2013

DCM has been nominated for the Dominion Post's Readers' Choice Charity. We now need your votes to be in to win $10,000, which we really need after what has been a very tough year. The on-going uncertainty over our building has meant we have had to put some key projects on hold. And while this year's earthquakes had a negative impact on takings from our annual Bookfair, the numbers of people who come to us for support has remained at last year's high levels.

All you have to do is visit http://www.includeme.co.nz/fairfax-media/choice-charities-voting - enter in your details and be sure to select 'DCM'. And you can text your vote 'DCM' to 3100 as well.

Voting closes at 10am on Friday 8 November. Please vote for us and SHARE this story with your friends and networks.

Thank you!

ENDS

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