Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Challenge Walk MS

In March, Mom and Dad are participating in a three day, 50 mile walk to raise money for MS research. This is a cause that is very near and dear to Mom and Dad because a very good friend of theirs was diagnosed with MS about eight years ago. Mom has been working very hard to get in shape so that she could do an event like this. Today she was able to give away 231 articles of clothing that no longer fit!

The last few years Mom and Dad have walked in a 5K with their friend in Marietta, Georgia. But this time they're going BIG, with 50 miles in Charleston. They have started preparing for the big event by walking when they get a chance, and they have spiffy new shoes, too.

The biggest hurdle for Mom and Dad right now is the fundraising. They each have to raise $1500 to do the walk! Any support you can give will be greatly appreciated. You can DONATE HERE to Dad. (Yeah, the MS Society people think his name is Richard even though he goes by Dean, so don't let it throw you.) Or you can DONATE HERE to Mom.

Dad is trying to figure out some kind of raffle to make the fundraising more exciting. But don't worry, if you donate before he gets the raffle figured out he'll find a way to include you.

Thanks so much for chipping in. Every bit helps. And if you can't donate, then keep them in your thoughts March 1-3. They'll appreciate that too.


Carolina Cats said...

Jasper! We are in big troubles! Our mom bean is doing that furry same walk!! What if the beans get togevver? They could talk about us and make plans for torturing us and stuff. Be careful to intersept enny emails from Noisy415 @ hotmail.com.


Jans Funny Farm said...

Your beans are to be admired for what they are doing. We don't have any money, but we sure do wish them success raising the funds to participate. And we'll be cheering them on.

Gemini and Ichiro said...

Wow! It looks like you have a team and everything! How cool is that. I hope you will remind us again so that the Woman can try and remember to donate.

Jasper McKitten-Cat said...

Buddy, maybe we can get them to talk about better ways to give us treats. Start brainwashing them in their sleep tonight!