The Fundraising Mad Lib, Part II

Dear [Noun] of Get Over It Foundation,

For [number]-year old Timmy, it means not being able to go to school. For grandma Helen, it means never seeing her [plural noun]. It’s a/an [adjective] but [adverb] condition.

Timmy, Helen and [Number] of others suffer from gephyrophobia. They [verb] their lives in [adjective] fear of crossing [plural noun].

At the Get Over It Foundation, we work with sufferers of this fear of [noun] to regain control of their [plural noun]. Through [adjective] therapy, their gain the [plural noun] and the [noun] to make the trips they want without being impeded by a [noun]. We’re making progress, but you can [verb] us do so [adjective] more.

Your [noun] of $[number] can make a difference for so many in our [place]. Will you [verb] with me to renew your support? Your generosity is [adverb] appreciated.

[adverb],

President

Charity ABC

P.S. If you give in the next two weeks, you’ll receive a [noun] as a token of our [noun]!

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  2. scribejay says:

    Dear Capacity of Get Over It Foundation,

    For 50-year old Timmy, it means not being able to go to school. For grandma Helen, it means never seeing her mice. It’s a/an black but succinctly condition.

    Timmy, Helen and 192 of others suffer from gephyrophobia. They plug their lives in dirty fear of crossing iPhones.

    At the Get Over It Foundation, we work with sufferers of this fear of tire iron to regain control of their cups. Through flat therapy, their gain the slide rules and the coaxial cable to make the trips they want without being impeded by a tabloid. We’re making progress, but you can expunge us do so yellow more.

    Your mirror of $1,050 can make a difference for so many in our my mini-fridge. Will you scribble with me to renew your support? Your generosity is solidly appreciated.

    Mind-numbingly,

    President

    Charity ABC

    P.S. If you give in the next two weeks, you’ll receive a aspirin as a token of our spare pencil lead!

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