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Monday, May 23, 2011

Donor Squad Kickball Showdown 2011

The Donor Squad crew is back again to serve you with more good times for a good cause.

Donor Squad is proud to host the most epic kickball event you’ve played in since 4th grade recess. On Saturday June 11th at 1:00 PM different groups from meetup.com and Facebook will converge on the Magnuson Park baseball fields to battle each other in an effort to prove themselves worthy of being the one and only Donor Squad Kickball Showdown 2011 Champions.

That’s not all; there is more to it than just a chance to relive your playground sports career. This is also a fundraiser for Seattle Humane Society and a food drive for Northwest Harvest. That's right. We can all revel in kickball glory, save animals and fight hunger in our communities at the same time!

There will be food, refreshments, and of course, good times. There will also be a SPECIAL PRIZE for the winning team. Team themed costume is encouraged!

Payment is $15 dollars per person and the deadline to sign up and pay is by June 4th, one week before the event. You can participate on the Donor Squad team by signing up at http://www.meetup.com/DonorSquad/events/17759131 or you can compete with your own team or Meetup.com group. Email Jeff at jeff@donorsquad.com if you are interested or have any questions. Payment and rosters must be submitted by June 4th. We are collecting paypal donations via http://www.paypal.com. Please send your donations to paypal@donorsquad.com and include your name and team in the memo.

The Seattle Humane Society is your classic animal welfare nonprofit. The Humane Society of Seattle/King County has been around for 114 years, so they know their stuff. They do everything from providing veterinary services to saving the lives of orphaned and abandoned animals.


Northwest Harvest is not your average food donation nonprofit, their main focus is on providing nutritional food for those in need. They were the first food bank center in Washington State to focus on fresh produce as well as canned goods and packaged foods.


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