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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Kaylzy99, Apr 13, 2007.

  1. Kaylzy99

    Kaylzy99 WiiChat Member

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    Has you ever done anything to help a charity or held your own fundraising event? I haven’t, but I’m thinking of holding a fundraising event so that I can give money to a well known charity. Anyone have any ideas of what I could do?

    I’ve never really thought about fundraising until I went onto www.gnation.co.uk to enter a competition. I was bored so I read through most of the site, fundraising is actually quite interesting now, in my opinion anyways.

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  2. Wii_Smurf

    Wii_Smurf No.1 Smurf

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    Hope about you don't give your money away and buy a couple of games ^^
    Im sorry, Im not one for Charity events. Theres too many nowadays
     
  3. considering my job, we're constantly doing charity events and donations/benefits.

    we do dinners for cops who died in the line of duty to support their families, we do the NYPD/FDNY fights that always help out with equipment ect.

    its a good feeling knowing that youre contributing to someone elses time of need other than being selfish and thinking of yourself.
     
  4. Stallyon

    Stallyon Don of NYC Respect Lvl 50

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    I give money each month to maintain the upkeep and maintenance of a science classroom for young children in Nepal that was destroyed in the tsunami a couple of years ago.

    i also raise money each month by playing poker - the money raised goes towards providing a better life for sick and underpriviledged children in the UK and foreign countries
     

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