Some that go will never walk. Others will never talk. The kids at this camp need more help than others, they’re different and it’s organizations like the Summer Program for Special Children (SPSC) that really make being different special.
This charity has become close to our hearts, having helped one of our own and his severely disabled daughter. It’s a summer camp designed to offer severely disabled children everyday-life experiences over the summer. And for their parents, well…it’s a bit of a break.
For our first day of giving, we’re collecting donations to help SPSC, and while many of our donation boxes are still out, we’re proud of the response so far. If you’re interested in helping too, don’t worry, there is still time. We’ll be collecting donations until after the holidays. Every penny counts!
Stay tuned for day 2. Hint: Can you READ minds?
We are all so excited!
It’s safe to say this is our favourite time of year because soon we will launch the 12 Days of Giving. It is our alternative to hosting a client/supplier party, and we would love you to join us!
Phoenix Elves have chosen 12 ways to give back. Each day will be special. We’re starting on December 5th and we will reveal where we’re headed or what we are doing on the morning of each day. Stay tuned!
How can you help? Right now we are collecting donations to make each day special. Here are some ways you can join in:
This is the fifth year for us and the 12 Days of Giving and we are more excited than ever!
For more information, please contact:
Karissa Hanson at 585-9500 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was a solid move from the Rider organization, a one-page ad that did a lot more than thank the Ti-Cats and their fans for their passion and an amazing Grey Cup.
Not only did the ad, a spread in the Tuesday Hamilton Spectator, receive a lot of attention from Rider Nation, it was picked up by local and national news sources.
What’s great about the delivery is not only is it classy, it really reinforces who the Riders are, a brand that understands their customers—the fans. The Riders strive to be the best on and off the field, and it’s moves like this that elevate them to that position.