INTERNATIONAL ORGAN DONATION AWARENESS-QUEBEC, CANADA-ANNUAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF CANADA KIDNEY WALK-MAY 16, 2010
Come join Leon Durette, living organ donor & 2010 Honourary Chairperson, for the Kidney Foundations 2nd Annual 'Give the Gift of Life' Walk in support of organ & tissue donation awareness. This fun, family walk/run consists of two routes, either a short walk of 1.5km or a fun run/walk of 4.5km. Click on Leon's name below and read his inspiring donor storey.
April 18, 2010 – Registration from noon – 1pm, Walk from 1pm to 2 pm, Awards end at 2:30 pm.
Contact us: For more information, please contact us at 306.664.8588 ext.26 or email@example.com
Teams of 6-12 members, or individuals, are encouraged to gather pledges in order to raise funds and awareness about the importance of organ & tissue donation. Raising pledges is easy and can be completed through our online system or with a traditional pledge sheet. There are prizes available for collecting pledges and there will be prizes awarded for the top individual fundraiser as well as the top fundraising team.
This years top individual fundraiser will receive an elegant night out which consists of return limo service, provided by Provincial Car Service, in conjunction with a gift certificate for dinner at The Keg Steakhouse & Bar.
Entertainment for the whole family, including snacks, provided by Safeway Pharmacy, and coffee, provided by Van Houtte Cafe, beings at noon. Meet at Rotary Park to enjoy a run or walk around the beautiful Saskatchewan River paths in support of organ donation.
$150 - $249
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$500 - $999
$1000 - $1999
By collecting pledges you’re entitled to great prize incentives. A complete list of gift certificates will be available on walk day.
Pick up an event registration brochure and pledge package at Pedestrian Shoe Fitting Centre located at 702 Broadway Avenue beside Brainsport, The Running Store.
Please mail registrations to: The Kidney Foundation of Canada, SK Branch
#1 - 2217 Hanselman Court
Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8
Attn: Lynn Shiplack