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Robin Horak's Fundraiser:

Intensively Fighting Ebola

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BENEFITING: Partners In Health

ORGANIZER: Katie

Robin Horak

THE STORY:

Katie Peeler wrote -

We are pediatric intensive care nurses, doctors, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, social workers, and caretakers. We treat the sickest of sick children, and recently we have expanded on projects to share our knowledge with other pediatric practitioners around the globe while aiming to learn from their experiences to improve our own care delivery. In that spirit, while we are located in Boston, our committment to children has no boundries or borders, and as morbidity and mostly mortality counts continue to climb in the current outbreak, we support our local, national, and international colleagues in the fight to slow down and ultimately stop Ebola from unnecessarily claiming further lives.

Fundraising Ideas:

  • Donate a whole or portion of a moonlighting/overtime shift's earnings.
  • Ask you child to participate by running a cider stand one weekend and then matching his or her contribution.
  • Sell those old bikes, etc. that you've wanted to get rid of and donate the proceeds.
  • Bring in any recent edition textbooks in good condition (minimal underlining, highlighting, etc.) to one of the drop off boxes in Bader 6 or the 7S or 11S break rooms for Katie Peeler to sell on your behalf with 100% of proceeds then donated.
  • Straight up donate.

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To This Fundraiser

$250

MONEY RAISED
  • Robin Horak

    $100

  • Jackie Panuska

    $100

  • Nate Freeman

    $50

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Fundraise for this Campaign

The Team: $1,195 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Fundraiser Title

Katie Peeler

Amount Raised

$945

 

95% Raised of $1,000 Goal

Fundraiser Title

Robin Horak

Amount Raised

$250

Donor Comments

Nate Freeman

Nate Freeman

DONATION: $50

4 years ago

Jackie Panuska

Jackie Panuska

DONATION: $100

4 years ago

Robin Horak

Robin Horak

DONATION: $100

4 years ago