Written by PETA
celebrate "Make a
Difference" Day—a national day of
volunteering taking place on Saturday—we're offering you the chance to win a
copy of the aptly named One Can Make a Difference: How
Simple Actions Can Change the World autographed by PETA
President Ingrid E.
Newkirk to help inspire you to
make a difference for animals every day.
One Can Make a Difference contains more than 50 original
essays by "differencemakers," including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Sir
Paul McCartney, Willie
Bardot, and Oliver
Stone. The book also makes the point that you do not need to be
famous to impact the world—all you need is determination.
To enter to win a signed copy of One Can Make a Difference, leave a comment about what you are doing to make a difference for
pick up a copy of One Can Make a
Difference right now for yourself or for a friend, visit the PETA catalog. Happy "Make a
The contest ends on
October 31, 2011, and the most inspiring animal-friendly comment will win. We'll
as you're agreeing to both by commenting.
Written by Heather Faraid Drennan
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