For those of you who do not know. I am participating in the San Diego Susan G. Komen 3-Day walk. I plan on walking 60 miles over 3 days. Each month I plan to give away a small gift raffle style in appreciation for the donations made. This month my goal is to have raised 75% of my minimum fundraising goal. I have currently raised $1,600 and would like to reach $1,725 by April 30th. That is only $125 more dollars.
If I can reach my goal of $1,725 by the end of April I will hold a raffle and the winner will win $15 iTunes or Starbucks gift card. If I can exceed the goal of $1,725 I will give away both. If you have already donated you are already entered, however the raffle will only take place if I reach my goal. Minimum $1 donation required to be entered in the raffle. Your name will be entered in the raffle 1 time for every $5 dollars donated. Donate $1-$5 get 1 enter, for every $5 increment above $5 get a bonus entry. To donate follow this link to my page. If you cannot donate now don't worry about it. I plan to have many more offers until the walk. You can always donate by clicking on the logo on the right handside.
A BIG THANK YOU to those who have already donated.
If you are local (Seattle Area or North of Seattle) we are holding a Shake Your Booty, Save The Boobies Zumba Event in June. Check out our Facebook Event Page for more details. All area welcome!
If donating to Save The Bobbies is not your thing, that is ok. Everyone has their cause here are other fundraisers that I know of:
- Children's Memorial Hospital - A friend of mine Stacey is fundraising for the hospital. Her newborn underwent a heart transplant their this year. She is extremely grateful for the staff and hospital for helping her son to live longer.
- Let's Move Together - Erin is fundraising for arthritis. She was diagnosed 2 years ago with rheumatoid arthritis, which is a very painful autoimmune disease with no cure.
- Amazing Little Infants - Was brought to my attention by Suz over at Cows and Lasers and Everything In Between. Here niece was born premature and they are fundraising for the March of Dimes.