Superheroes in Action
JUNE 20, 2012 HALIFAX- Yesterday, Courtney Zylstra Easter Seals Nova Scotia Event Coordinator attended a fundraising barbeque put on by her Bell Aliant Superheroes in training. This determined team of rappellers sold hotdogs, hamburgers, pop, water and combo plates to raise funds for Easter Seals Nova Scotia.
The Bell Aliant Rappel team has a fundraising goal of $15,000 for 13 people, and they plan to exceed it. These superheroes are in action and won’t slow down. Their joyful smiles and good cheer attracted a consistent flow of customers and donations. This group of individuals inspiring passion and enthusiasm is admirable to many of the businesses and organizations of HRM area.
The Art of Fundraising
JUNE 20, 2012 HALIFAX- Over the past two months Easter Seals Nova Scotia has seen many terrific efforts in raising funds for their programs. Ashley Martell, member of Team McInnes Cooper, has raised over $400 in scarves that her grandmother has been knitting for the cause. Many corporate teams have hosted pizza sales that raise over $400 in funds for their superhero debut. Rappellers this year have been creative with their efforts with other activities like pub crawls, brewery tours, bake sales, yard sales and beyond! The team effort and strong work ethic of rappellers in the Maritimes inspires others to be, more.
Easter Seals Nova Scotia is moved by the efforts of all organizations, businesses and individuals raising money for their programs. Fundraising works best when the people involved are excited and devoted to a cause and that devotion carries on into the people giving funds. The more creativity, passion, enthusiasm and loyalty put into fundraising, the greater the results. Easter Seals Nova Scotia thanks all the teams and individual rappellers for all that they do and encourages them to keep the energy up. These Maritimer’s are true superheroes. Share on Facebook Tweet This: Send Page to Twitter