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An invitation to dream

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During a season when most kids are carefully crafting their wish lists for the holidays, Kylie (14), Devon (13) and Piper (11) Holland are asking for one BIG gift from us all—to help them raise $250,000 to put towards USGBC's Project Haiti, what will be the first LEED-certified orphanage in the world.

With the fourth anniversary of Haiti’s devastating earthquake just a few weeks away, and tens-of-thousands of children and babies still homeless, these young women are more determined than ever to achieve their goal.

USGBC is asking that you to help these three very eco-minded young philanthropists help Project Haiti by purchasing Invitation to Dream, the first CD release off their new social cause record label, Painted Wolf Records. Invitation to Dream is a masterfully recorded and professionally produced collection of cool bedtime ballads and lullabies sung by sister Devon that adults and kids of every age will love. 100% of the profits from CD sales will go to breaking ground on the orphanage in 2014.

Watch the Holland girls' appeal video, read their letter, and visit to purchase Invitation to Dream.

Happy holidays to you all!

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Marisa Long

Public Relations & Communications Director U.S. Green Building Council

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What an awesome contribution from these three young women - the CD is fantastic and the cause so well deserved!

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