I have downloaded the 10 week training guide, as well as what to expect!!! OH BOY!
I can do this, I know I can. My biggest challenge to date ( besides being a mom).
Why you may ask.. because this is a charity I believe in, that I know does make the difference in so many lives. That the funds raise goes to the ones who need it, and best of all -
It's helping our Soldiers help others!
I'm not one to do fundraising and to be honest I feel really uncomfortable asking for money, especially with our economie, but like I said before this is a charity worth donating to. For once I know that what I am doing is going to help children, women in need and most of all families!
So I have placed a widget on my blog in hopes that I can ask for my readers for their support.
If you want to learn more about Boomer's Legacy, and how it came to be please click on the link
Again thank you for everyone's support.. it ALL COUNTS and it matters!
Also please check out Goldstream Cycles, these guys have been a huge help with making this all possible for me!!!
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Monday, March 18, 2013
It's official I am signed up!
SO here we go....
Family & Friends, Please help me support Boomer's Legacy by making a donation through my page. Even a small donation will help me achieve my goal! The process is fast, easy, and secure.
Please help me raise my goal and perhaps even surpass it!!!!
What is Boomer's Legacy??
Boomer’s Legacy was created in 2006 to embody the passion Cpl. Andrew “Boomer” Eykelenboom had towards helping people in need in areas where he was deployed as a Canadian Forces Medical Technician. The goal of Boomer’s Legacy is to empower Canadian Forces soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen with the ability to carry on Andrew’s strongly felt desire to provide much needed humanitarian assistance to people in areas of deployed Canadian operations.
Boomer’s Legacy raises funds for these endeavors primarily by “Boomer Rides,” which are road-cycling trips that gather individual and group sponsorship. Currently Boomer Rides are held on an annual basis in British Columbia and Nova Scotia, with Rides in Alberta and Ontario being added this year. There have even been Boomer “Spin-a-Thon” Rides held by deployed troops in Afghanistan!
Thanks so much for your support to everyone!!!
Posted by Genevieve Primeau at 9:18 AM