Walk Good

Walk Good

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Hello Members and Supporters,

The Board of Directors reported late last year that we were going to pause the Walk Good Walkathon for 2017. As a result of discussions with our partners, we decided to go ahead. On May 7, JCA and other organizations will raise funds for our respective programs and services. Thank you to the partners for sharing the impact this fundraiser has on your organization and the important work you do. What does this mean? We need your help!

 

ü  Visit the web-site and print your form. www.jcaontario.org

ü  Ask your friends, relatives, coworkers to sponsor you and make a donation to JCA ‎

ü  Forward this email to 10 people in your network to share the exciting news

ü  Tweet and post on Facebook & Instagram

 

Why Should You Participate?

  1. The Walk Good walkathon benefits children, youth and seniors in a concrete way. Your donation provides scholarships and supports the JCA Saturday Morning Tutorial Program,
  2. This is a unique and easy way to donate to the JCA and six other organizations including Sickle Cell Association of Ontario, Alliance of Jamaican Alumni Associations, Black Health Alliance, Citizens for the Advancement of Community Development, PACE Canada and Ontario Black History Society.
  3. We are stronger together
  4. Your donation is tax deductible
  5. We make it easy to donate on-line or in person
  6. This is a great way to meet new people and get exercise

 

So, won’t you join us as we Walk Good for children, youth and seniors?  Email fundraising@jcaontario.org for forms and information on how to donate.

 

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Sandra Whiting

JCA Walk Good 2017 Supporters

Sponsors

Patrons

Walk Good Partners

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Jamaican Canadian Association/Stacey Ann Buchanan Scholarship
The Alliance of Jamaican alumni Associations (Toronto) (AJAA)
Black Health Alliance
Citizens for the Advancement of Community Development (CACD)
Ontario Black History Society
PACE Canada (Project for Advancement of Childhood Education)

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