A project of Variety the Children's Charity of St. Louis
This Valentine's Day, show some love for those who need it most: St. Louis children with physical and developmental disabilities.
For every $25 donation between Monday, February 7, 2011 and 11:59 p.m. CT on Valentine's Day (Monday, February 14, 2011), supporters of Variety the Children's Charity will be entered in a raffle to win two St. Louis Cardinals tickets* for the upcoming 2011 baseball season!
Our goal is to sell just 100 raffle tickets to raise $2,500 for St. Louis-area children with physical and developmental disabilities. Please forward this link to your friends and family who love Variety AND Cardinals baseball!
When donating, please be sure to include your name and e-mail address so we can contact the winner!
*Prize is one 2011 Marty Pass, a voucher that can be redeemed for two tickets to any Monday-Thursday regular season Cardinals home game in 2011, excluding Opening Day and games in July. Additional blackout dates may apply.
The Marty Pass is a tribute to longtime Cardinals' Executive Marty Hendin, who was the ultimate ambassador for the Cardinals and a passionate supporter of Variety.
About Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis
For more than 75 years, Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis has helped thousands of children with disabilities say “I can” by providing them with vital medical equipment, as well as educational, therapeutic and recreational programs such as the annual Adventure Camp and Variety Children’s Theatre. An international leader in fundraising, Variety the Children’s Charity also distributes grants to more than 80 qualified partner agencies throughout the St. Louis area to provide programs and/or services that directly impact the lives of children with physical and mental disabilities. David Steward, chairman and founder of World Wide Technology, Inc., is the organization’s president. For more information on Variety, including upcoming events and volunteer opportunities, visit www.varietystl.org.
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