The Members Project Vote Page has been completely redesigned and now better highlights the participating charities with large logos and bright colors. Check it out at www.takepart.com/membersproject/vote.

Also, Members Project voting has launched on Facebook. The Facebook voting experience is almost identical to that on TakePart.com. You simply have to accept the application and place your vote.  Try out this great new voting experience at www.facebook.com/membersproject by clicking on the “Vote” tab.

Log on a vote for the 9/11 Memorial as your choice for the American Express/Take Part Members Project.

The $200,000 in funding will directly ensure the continued construction, operations, and meaningful educational work of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, an enduring tribute at the World Trade Center site where millions will come to remember for generations.

Spread the word with your Twitter followers, Facebook friends and everyone on your e-mail contact lists.  Thanks for all your support.

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