August 2017 Newsletter

Important 2017 Walk News

New fundraising change this year! The “Youth Walker” category has been changed to “Student” Walker”. This change now includes college students. Middle school (12 and over), high school and college students can register with a fundraising commitment of $100 for any marathon. Click here to register today!

Added Benefits for Students:
Earn Community Service Hours
Boost your resume: Become a student ambassador
Email Sandy M for details.
TBBCF Introduces “Aimee’s Blog”

On July 6, TBBCF announced a new section on the website entitled, “Aimee’s Blog”, which documents Aimee Reed’s journey living with stage IV/metastatic (inflammatory, triple negative, BRCA2+) breast cancer.

One of the many reasons people decide to write a blog is to build awareness and garner support for a cause or a passion. Some people’s passion and pain lean toward supporting a cause. Aimee’s cause is awareness.

We hope you will follow Aimee’s Blogs. TBBCF has worked for more than 10 years to help find cures for breast cancer for people like Aimee. We started the foundation because our friends and loved ones were diagnosed with breast cancer. We continue today because of friends and strangers alike. Click here for Aimee’s latest blog, Why Me?

Keeping Logan’s Promise
Norma Logan’s promise in establishing this great organization was to direct 100% of gross fundraising dollars to breast cancer research and for the foundation to be financially transparent so that everyone, from sponsors and donors to volunteers and walk participants, could plainly see that the organization was meeting its target.

Old Lyme Country Club Women’s Golf Association Raises $5,215 for TBBCF
Members of the Old Lyme Country Club Women’s Golf Association (WGA) held its annual Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation (TBBCF) golf tournament on July 20 at the Old Lyme Country Club.

The WGA has dedicated their annual fundraising efforts to this event for the past 11 years.

T his year the Club’s WGA received the foundation’s 27th Mile Club Award for 10 continuous years of service. Based on the 26-mile marathon analogy, the 27th Mile Club Award is awarded by TBBCF to an individual(s) or organization who has gone the extra mile on behalf of the foundation.

Pictured left is the fundraising founder and 2017 event co-chair,Kathy Nadeau, accepting the award on behalf of the association.

This year’s event was chaired by Charlene Amacher, Kathy Nadeau, and Ronnie Levine.

This amazing group is consistently one of our top event fundraisers each year. More

Charter Oak Credit Union to Give Away $100,000 in 100 Days

Charter Oak Credit Union will match all qualified* charitable donations you make between Monday , August 14, 2017 and Wednesday, November 22, 2017 . They have committed to giving back to charitable entities within their field of membership, as well as charities elsewhere that are meaningful to its members.

It’s simple – you can maximize your donation to TBBCF walkers through Charter Oak’s new Matching Gifts Program.

Donations must be at least $25 and will be matched in increments of $25 ($25, $50, $75, and $100); Charter Oak will match up to a maximum of $500 per member, during these 100 days.

Visit https://charteroak.org/content/matching-gifts/ for more information. More
For the member…
Review the guidelines.
Select a 501(c)(3) charity.
Make a donation and complete the Matching Gifts Request form. Send the donation and the form to the charity.
For the 501(c)(3) charity…
Review the guidelines.
Visit https://charteroak.org/content/matching-gifts-charity-form/
Using the Matching Gifts Request Form, complete the Matching Gifts Charity Form.
You may submit up to five requests at a time.
Mail original Matching Gifts Request forms to:
Charter Oak Federal Credit Union
MGP – Originals
1055 Hartford Turnpike
Waterford, CT 06385

Or go directly to:
Matching Gift Guidelines*
Matching Gift Form

Register to Walk …Volunteer … Sponsor a Walker at www.tbbcf.org

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