Blogathon: An Inspirational Story

It’s now the halfway point of the Blogathon.

Seeing how difficult it was to blog for a straight 12 hours, I’d like to take the time to thank those who have helped DDA fundraise and advocate for our cause. There’s Kirby, the fantastic marathoner who has done plenty of advocating for our cause. There’s also Miss Vancouver, who also tirelessly advocates for the DDA by attending plenty of parades and events for us and fundraising where possible.  And last, but not least, the supporters of this blogathon! I will name everyone by initials instead of names in case you’re uncomfortable with your name being published: MK, SP, LR, IC, CC, JG, BS, EK, and TL. We thank you all for your support. We would love to get more sponsors if possible, and there’s still time to pledge!

As you probably all know, the funds we raise all go to programs and services for people with developmental disabilities so that they may reach their full potential.

Now, with this post, I am handing off the blogathonning duties to Victor Tang. Stay tuned for his exciting blog posts!

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One Response to Blogathon: An Inspirational Story

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