Breast Cancer Awareness Week

This week I am doing something very special with our Pligg Pro weekly deal. From now until July 22nd at 5:00 PM I am offering a module pack that includes every module that I (Yankidank) have created for Pligg Pro. I have put together this package as a benefit for my sister who went through cancer surgery this week. I will be donating all of this module package’s earnings to my sister’s family (Holly, Matt, Hannah, Graham, and Becca). In addition to that I will match the sales with my own money, doubling up to $1,000 and donating that portion to the CancerCare Foundation.

This module pack includes 11 items, many of which are the best selling. Normally these modules would cost $208.89 to purchase them individually, but we are offering them for $89.99 as part of this 1 week deal. That’s about $8 per module!

The package includes the following modules: Facebook Module, Twitter Module, Tweet Module, External Vote Button, Status Update, Story Admin Email Moderation, vBulletin User Integration, Invision Power Board Integration, Registration Email Domain Check, Comment Subscription Module, and Save Drafts. For descriptions of all of these modules and links to their respective shop pages please visit the Breast Cancer Awareness Package page.

I thank everyone who makes a donation by purchasing this special package, and want to take a moment to remind women how important it is to check yourself regularly no matter what your age. My sister is only 31 years old and was diagnosed with stage-two breast cancer. She is the mother of 3 wonderful children, one of whom is celebrating his 5th birthday this week, and she appreciates all of the support she can get.

If you aren’t interested in this package deal, or want to donate another amount, we will also be contributing any donations made to Pligg this week as part of this benefit. Just submit a donation through the Pligg Donation page and set whatever amount you would care to contribute.

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  1. Hi Yankidank,

    I don’t really need the modules, but I just purchased the pack to support your idea. Unfortunately I come from a family where cancer has always been and still is all around, so I know what you are talking about. All my best wishes to your sister and to her family. I know she’s going through a hard time but in the end she will see that it’s always worth fighting.

    Kind regards,

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