Website Challenges America's Greed in Time of Need

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America is in the midst of one of the worst economic meltdowns, since the Great Depression. Yet the majority of our garages, sheds and closets are overflowing with items we no longer want or need. Ewishingwell.com is a new website that provides a platform for people to start helping each other out by posting these unwanted items.

There are people out there right now, actually wishing for those items you no longer need

America is in the midst of one of the worst economic meltdowns, since the Great Depression. Yet the majority of our garages, sheds and closets are overflowing with items we no longer want or need. Ewishingwell.com is a new website that provides a platform for people to start helping each other out by posting these unwanted items.

"There are people out there right now, actually wishing for those items you no longer need", says Vicki Priebe, creator of Ewishingwell.com. Priebe continues, "We are challenging America to step up to the plate and start giving, instead of hoarding those unused items."

Granting a wish is as simple as posting new or used items no longer needed or wanted. A simple run-through of the house finding items no longer wanted could make a huge difference in another person or family's life. This kind of simple generosity could spark a chain reaction with people realizing just how blessed they are and how we all have something to give. The only cost to someone collecting an item is a small shipping and handling fee. Posting a grant listing is a free service, encouraging people to post as many grants as possible.

Ewishingwell.com is not an auction site. It is a site that is all about granting wishes. Wishes are expressed through pictures, videos and text telling a story. Wishes come from all kinds of people ranging from a college student looking for a certain book to a mother looking for a video game for her child or a community looking for used playground equipment.

About the Company:
Ewishingwell.com was founded by two people who wanted to spread kindness, especially during such rough economic times. They are convinced this will cause a chain reaction of good cheer throughout the world.

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