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Last year, Team Two Horsemen of the Carpocalypse secured pledges for over $1,000 in donations to these two very important and worthy charities while driving the 2010 BABE Rally (that's BigApple2BigEasy, so put your tongues back in your mouths, boys!). The team is back for the 2011 BABE Rally (June 6-10) and will be supporting these same two charities, with a goal of doubling the amount of pledged support.

Please help me raise money these worthy causes:

1. Pledge your support by visiting the Pledge page on our website and clicking the big red "Pledge Now" button.

2. Let everyone you know know about the rally and invite them to visit our website at http://www.thotc.com. If they want to pledge, they can do so via the "Pledge" tab at the top of the page.

3. Print out the THOTC Pitch (PDF) and THOTC Pledge Form (PDF) according to the instructions (PDF) and place it at your office or other place of business, house of worship or local coffeehouse and send any completed Pledge Forms to Team THOTC about a week before the rally starts.

After the rally, all those who pledged will receive an amount due and instructions on how to remit their donation directly to their selected charity or charities. Those who don't pay up will receive a visit at home or work from the team wearing their signature costumes from last year's rally. :twisted:

Please visit http://www.thotc.com for updates before and during the rally!

 

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Thanks for supporting such a great charity.

My daughter was premature and it was scary as heck, and we had it easy. Some of the things other families go through with their children is just heart breaking. I've always considered myself strong, but the people who continue to push forward in dire situations with their children amaze me.

Good luck :)
 

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Thanks for supporting such a great charity.

My daughter was premature and it was scary as heck, and we had it easy. Some of the things other families go through with their children is just heart breaking. I've always considered myself strong, but the people who continue to push forward in dire situations with their children amaze me.

Good luck :)
Thanks, a-squared! My son was a micro-preemie (2 lbs 10 ounces) born at 26 weeks. We finally got to take him home after 77 days in the NICU. Fifteen years ago, he wouldn't have survived. Ten years ago, he would have been ten times more likely to have had brain damage or serious and permanent physical infirmities. Thanks in no small part to research and medical practice development funded by March of Dimes, he is a perfectly normal and healty pre-schooler today.

I wish you and your family all the best.
 

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My wife worked for the MoD for several years.....a great organization and definitely a worthy cause. :righton:
 
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