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Support Us Supporting Others - Charity Efforts Across the Campus

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SUPPORT KEN JONES - MS Society

On August 14 & 15 Ken Jones will be riding his bike 200 kilometers as part of the MS Rona Bike Tour to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society o f Canada.

To sponsor Ken (he would really appreciate it), CLICK HERE

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SUPPORT JUDY BRUNTON - Easter Seals

As a way to target the problem of lost belongings and a large lost and found closet, Easter Seals - with the help of Judy Brunton - is fundraising with Mabel’s Labels, a company with all types of labels that are colourful, indestructible, easy-to-use and fun!

Iron-Ons, Stickies, Bag Tags, Allergy Alert labels & more! Personalize your labels with names, nicknames, initials - whatever you choose. Cool icons help even little ones identify their own belongings. Dishwasher, microwave, laundry & kid tested! Dispatched within 24 hours!

Feel free to pass this information along to your friends and family members, the more we raise for Easter Seals, the better.

If you have any questions about this year-long campaign, please contact Judy at brunton@utsc.utoronto.ca

Visit www.easterseals.mabel.ca to place your order while helping our fundraiser!”

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SUPPORT SEBASTIAN TONCU - Alzheimer's Society

On September 26, 2010, Sebastian will be participating in a 5K run to raise money for the Alzheimer's society.  If you would like to support Alzheimer's research, sponsor Sebastian through this link:   http://my.e2rm.com/personalPage.aspx?SID=2667702

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IF YOU HAVE A CHARITY THAT YOU ARE SUPPORTING THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO PROMOTE ON THIS LISTING AND ARE A MEMBER OF THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY - Send the information to Hilda Seedanee at events@utsc.utoronto.ca




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