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Interactive video lesson plan for: Giving Away Over $700,000

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In which John discusses a movie he recently saw, fourth-tier English pro football, and the winning charities of the 2013 Project for Awesome.

Rosianna's video from the AFC Wimbledon match:

P4A Winners!

The Harry Potter Alliance:
This Star Won't Go Out:
Not Forgotten:
Save the Children:
Liberty in North Korea:
Childs Play:
The Thirst Project:
Partners for Mental Health:

To Write Love on Her Arms:
The Office of Letters and Light:
The World Food Programme (where Free Rice's money goes):
Feeding America (which works with food banks around the US):
The Wayne Foundation:
Pencils for Kids:
Women for Women International:
First Book:
Doctors without Borders:

Thanks again to everyone who participated in the Project for Awesome this year.

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