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 Help Orrin Hudson raise $10,000 by Monday, June 3, 2013, so they can receive a matching donation of $20,000 for a total of $30,000



Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Orrin C. Hudson, via his Be Someone organization, uses the game of chess to teach inner city kids how to “make the right moves” in life. He recently received the following offer from a wealthy business man who wishes to remain anonymous: “Raise $10,000 in one week, and I’ll donate another $20,000 for a total of $30,000.” And so, the journey begins.

Be Someone, Inc, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was founded by master motivator Hudson in the year 2000. His approach was very unique: Use the game of chess to teach inner city kids how to “make the right moves” in life.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Hudson and his organization have already won rave reviews and national attention from CNN, NBC, Good Morning America, USA Today, and even People Magazine. He even once received a grant from filmmaker Tyler Perry.

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