Over the month of December (from the 1st through the 24th) we had a donation program set up with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. To help us, all you had to do, was to click through to the page that we set up for the donation program. This simple act would cause a $1 donation to be made. If you wanted to help out more (which several people did, and we thank you) then you could click through and donate more directly to EGPAF, and we’d then match those donations up to $10,000. While we were out donation program our marketing firm, Mayfield Consulting was doing one as well which followed along with ours.
Between the two programs, we had a fantastic fundraiser, and we thank everyone for participating. Between the two donation programs, I’m thrilled to say that we were able to raise $15,662 for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Thanks again everyone for helping us make this fundraiser a great success. I’m sure that EGPAF will be able to use these donations in order to help save more lives. This is a great way to finish up 2019, I hope everyone has a great New Years and we’ll see everyone as we kick off the 20s in just a couple of days’ time.
If you haven’t had a chance to watch the video that we made with the team at EGPAF, the video is above.
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