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Chimp for 'Caps

Support the Whitecaps, Clara's Big Ride and mental health in our city (and win some sweet prizes!).

Organizer: Brady Josephson

Type Of Group: Health

Location: Vancouver, BC

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Balance

$475

Money Raised

$750

Money Given

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The Group's Purpose

As fans and partners of the 'Caps, Clara Hughes, Bell and Clara's Big Ride we think this is a great opportunity for us to raise some funds in a fun way and hopefully win some prizes Benevoland can use.

How to Help

1. Make a donation. All donations up to $100 will be matched and support The Kettle Society and the CMHA BC division.

2. Make a pledge. Late for a meeting? Donate $5. Don't go to the gym? Toss in $25. Make any pledge you want with a comment in the group and at the end pony up and donate accordingly.

3. Challenge someone in the office. Like a pledge but for someone else. Offer $50 if Reuben wears a tie, Joel scores a goal for The Advantage or $1000 if Mercedes shaves her head. Leave the comment in the group and once completed donate.

4. Share the opportunity to friends, family and networks to start their own groups. Point them to http://whitecapsfc.chimp.net/ and they can get started today!

About the Organizers

The #BuckUP campaign will support Clara's Big Ride Vancouver Community Champions - The Kettle Society - and the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division:

The Kettle Society

The Kettle Society - Strength through Mental Health supports people living with mental illness to lead healthier lives. The Kettleprovides 3,600 individuals with 26 services, a mental health Drop-in that is open 365 days a year, a women’s transition house and 400 units of supported housing, with more on the way. To learn more visit www.thekettle.ca.

Canadian Mental Health Association BC Division

As the nation-wide leader and champion for mental health, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) promotes mental health for all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness or addiction. Each year, CMHA provides services and supports to over 82,000 British Columbians through their provincial and local programming. To learn more visit www.cmha.bc.ca.