Charity Summit Loafers for a Cure Deadline Approaching
Top Fundraisers qualify for incredible perks
December 31, 2013
Join fellow Loafers for a Cure as part of the Sugarloaf Charity Summit and raise a mountain of money. All proceeds from Charity Summit events benefit the Maine Cancer Foundation and the Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center.
Participation levels begin at just $250 and those who reach any of three fundraising levels qualify for incredible perks as follows:
• Boardwalk: Raise $250 and receive a free lift ticket for Saturday, January 25; free event t-shirt, and gift bag valued at $100;
• Cruiser: Raise $1000 and free lift ticket for Saturday, January 25, $100 gift bag with limited edition Charity Summit fleece, one ticket to the Charity Ball, lift-cutting privileges for one skier all day, a free entry in the Hands for a Cure, and a $250 gift card to the Downhill Supply Company;
• Snowfields: Raise $2000 and receive a free lift ticket for Saturday, January 25, $100 gift bag with limited edition Charity Summit fleece, two tickets to the Charity Ball, lift cutting privileges for two skiers all day, two free entries in the Hands for a Cure, and a $500 gift card to the Downhill Supply Company.
Participants of Loafers for a Cure are also invited to attend a reception at 3 p.m. after their day on the hill where top fundraisers will be recognized. Deadline to register is January 12, so start your fundraising today!
Loafers already registered include: Kathy Miles, Dave Grant, Cathy Streifel, Joann Keenan, Stephen Arner, Meghan and Rylee McCormack, Kerry Robillard, and Kelly Greary Lucas, among others. Loafers for a Cure raised more than $32,000 last year.
To register or support a Loafer for a Cure go to www.sugarloaf.com/charity. Registration is easy and involves setting up a simple Web page with a picture. Anyone who needs assistance with the registration process can contact Bruce Miles for assistance at 235-2495.
Maine Cancer Foundation, established in 1976, improves the health and well-being of Maine people. A grant-based organization, the Foundation supports scientific laboratory and clinical cancer research, professional and public education, and patient support programs throughout Maine. www.mainecancer.org
Franklin Memorial Hospital’s Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center provides timely access to state-of-the-art screening, diagnostic, clinical, and care-support services, provided by a multi-disciplinary team of experts. Services are available to all men and women, regardless of their ability to pay in both Farmington and Livermore Falls. www.fchn.org/FMH/services/breast-care
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