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Friday Fundraising Update: Week 3


Weeks 3 Update:
Birthday Donations: $380
Birthday Donations Match: $380
Thirty-One Shopping Fundraiser: $872 (thank you www.kariitall.com)
Random donations (online and offline): $5


Overall Total: $3489
December Goal: $3000 (Achieved)

Fundraising Events (mark your calendars):

  1. January Shopping Fundraiser - Jan 9-16: Norwex Shopping 
  2. Direct Sellers Training - January 10, 2022: I am excited to share how to build relationships during your Facebook Mega Parties, leading to more sales, recruits, and FUN!  I will also share how to incorporate Fundraisers to grow your business.  Your donations will get you access to the live training on 1/10, a recording to review later, and even an opportunity to check back in with questions 3 weeks after the training, after you have implemented it into your business.  Email me if you want an invite to this training.
  3. Indoor Triathlon - February 12, 2022: I am doing the groundwork for this event and am so excited to share it with everyone.  This event will be great for anyone curious to give triathlon a try in a non-threatening FUN (and warm) environment while also offering some awesome winter training for seasoned athletes.  Keep an eye on my blog for details as this comes together.  If you know any companies that would like to sponsor this event to be included on the event t-shirt, website, and goodie bags, email me!

How you can help:
  • Participate in the events above and encourage your friends and family to participate as well!
  • I will be doing online raffles in 2022. Donations of prizes are greatly appreciated. If you can donate items, I will gladly put a logo and a link on the advertisements for the raffle. 
  • I am looking for advertisers/sponsors for the indoor triathlon.  I have 4 levels of sponsorship available starting at $100.  Email me for details.


Please join me in supporting the Ironman Foundation (a 501(c)(3) foundation.) Donations are fully tax-deductible


 

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