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Skate for A Cure 2009

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008 — 11:05am PDT
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Last year I signed up for the Skate for A Cure on the Vancouver Blogger Team and we raised funds for childhood cancer research through the Michael Cuccione Foundation and the BC Childrens’ Hospital Foundation.

I will once again be raising funds for this amazing cause, and in doing so I’ll earn a spot on the ice at GM Place so I can go have a skate (for a cure) when all is said and done.

I’m hoping to actually make it to the ice since I was called away to Toronto for the Test the Nation TV show last year during the event (and John had to take my place with Linden).

If you would like to donate to my Skate for A Cure campaign, you can find my profile and donation page here.

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Should you be interested in joining my “Bloggers for a Cause” team click on the register link, join a team, sign up from there, and you can manage your own campaign as well as be a part of our team goal and I’ll see you on the ice.

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  1. You’re all about the causes!!! That’s very noble of you!!! I hope that all of these charities greatly benefit from the exposure you give them.

  2. Beth says:

    Just joined your team! My page is here. A great cause AND a chance to skate at GM Place! Yay!

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  4. I know this sounds like a petty question, but does one get a tax receipt w/ the donation?

  5. Miss604 says:

    Yep, from the BC Childrens’ Hospital… I believe any amount $10 or over (or maybe $20) the info should be on their website.

  6. Cool… I just found it (very last FAQ here: charitable receipts for anything over $5. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Made a small donation – hope you get to $300! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Looking forward to hearing about it on the Crazy Canucks podcast. ๐Ÿ™‚

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