About this project
OK - we are there and then some!
I have been asked by some - you met your goal, so you don't need additional support, right? Well we have BUT $6K was the minimal quote I received for a new website and being new to this type of fundraising I wanted to achieve success and not be too aggressive. What I have learned is I have amazing friends and supporters for my project which is beyond humbling. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart!!
With that said, all of you have helped get me to an achievable goal. With continued contributions, I can build a website with even more bells and whistles.
If you have any more questions - fire away!!
Love you all!!
Please read on the learn more about what Heirloom Meals is all about and what we are using the funds for.
Heirloom Meals radio show out of Great Barrington, Massachusetts is experiencing a major growth spurt! The host of the show, Carole Murko, (and her intern, Erin Russo) are on a mission to launch a multi-media cooking/lifestyle television show called Heirloom Meals that chronicles the food and recipe legacies of people from all backgrounds. We fancy ourselves salvage anthropologists with eager taste buds. Our hope is that in getting people to talk about their food memories and treasured family recipes that they will also be moved to incorporate more sustainable, locally supportive and mindful eating and living habits into their lives like their grandparents did.
We were recently blessed to have been picked up by PBS for our own television show but were left to do the fund raising on our own. In attempts to boost our social media strategy to attract potential sponsors we are currently maintaining the radio show along with a blog, book proposal, Facebook and Twitter accounts but are lacking our own website.
Ideally, joining and participating in the Kickstarter community will help us to raise money for a website that could help establish us as a viable, thriving project. To show you how much we appreciate your support we are offering donors all kinds of perks for your taste buds, kitchens, memories and much more!
Please visit and follow our blog at www.heirloommeals.blogspot.com to read our daily posts, listen to the uploaded radio shows and share heirloom recipes.
Friend us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Heirloom-Meals-Savoring-Yesterdays-Traditions-Today/219128977211...) and Twitter (http://twitter.com/HeirloomMeals) too!
Thanks for considering Heirloom Meals and happy eating!
Contact with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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