CHOCWalk 2005 is Coming Soon!
I know that weíre all concerned about the hurricane victims, and many of us want to do what we can to help. But thereís another group that needs help, too (isnít there always?) and Iím hoping that you can set aside some to help them out.
The 15th Annual CHOC/Disneyland Resort Walk in the Parkis coming Sunday, October 2. I will be one of over 12,000 men, women, and children of all ages joining together to support Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) and CHOC at Mission. Last year, with the help of teams, individual participants, sponsors and hundreds of volunteers, the CHOC Walk raised over $1 million to support patient care. This year, the goal is to raise even more!
Since 1964, CHOC has provided world-class medical care to children and families in Orange County and beyond. Quality medical services are available to all children, regardless of their family's ability to pay and over the last 14 years, the CHOC Walk has raised $6.5 million to help support this important medical care.
To see more about CHOC and the children they help, click the following link to download and watch a video about them. http://www.choc.com/chocwalk/video/chocwalk.wmv (9MB, 4 min) To see more details about sponsorship and what the Walk is all about click the following link to download and watch a video about it. http://www.choc.com/chocwalk/video/chocsponsor1.wmv (12MB, 6 min) If you have any doubt or hesitation that these children and their families need help, or are not as in need as some others right now, please watch one or both of these videos.
If you'd like to be a walker in this event, go to http://gotech.net/clients/chocwalk/2005/participant.cfm and register. If you'd like to be involved but don't want to/can't walk, maybe you could sponsor me. :shy: To do so, go to https://secure.gotech.net/clients/ch...rForm&ID=10582. My walker ID is Belgarion42.
Thank you for your consideration and I hope you will join me as I help CHOC again raise $1 million for the children of Orange County and beyond.
ē For more information about this event, visit http://www.chocwalk.org