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Saturday, October 06, 2007

The Bubel Aiken Fundraisers - 3 A Day To Remember - Part 5

In the last week or two we have been listing some of the Bubel Aiken Fundraisers that are going on in ClayNation. We started out mentioning three a day, then had a couple of articles where we just mentioned one. Today we will mention three more.

Now, we know that every person cannot take part in every one of these fundraisers. There is a limit to the money we all have access to, unless we decide to mortgage our house or rob a bank!! But sometimes we forget that there are lots of people working very hard to raise money for Clay's charity, The Bubel Aiken Foundation, and especially trying to help them reach that goal of being able to have 100 camps in 2008. If we don't remind ourselves of these fundraisers, they will dance right out of our minds possibly never to re-enter again. So these reminders are not to get each of you to help every one of these fundraisers. But it is to make you aware of them so that you can choose one or two, or whatever works into your time and budget, to help.

Well, enough of that, let's talk about some more fundraisers. Our 3 fundraisers today are:

***All Kids Count and Rhode Islanders for Inclusion Awareness Groups The Mikayla Project
***Connecting For Inclusion Beta Alpha Group's BAF Bumper Stickers and Canvas Tote Bags
***Southern Cal's Mall Outlet Shopping Extravaganza for BAF and Wrapping For Inclusion

***All Kids Count and Rhode Islanders for Inclusion Awareness have a joint chapter project, approved by TBAF, to create inclusion awareness and to support the TBAF mission of inclusion. They hope to help get the 100 Lets All Play camps open in 2008.

This joint project is The Mikyala Project. You can go to the All Kids Count website, click on "Mikayla Project" on the left side of the home page, and view their items. 100% of the proceeds go to TBAF. 50% of the proceeds get reported on the All Kids Count Beta Alpha scoreboard and 50% get reported under the RIFIA scoreboard. While there, you can read about how you too can be a part of a partnership project with All Kids Count to benefit TBAF. It is all explained on the website as to how it works.

Right now, this project is selling the following Mikayla items, which have all been approved by TBAF:

  • kids aprons
  • travel pillowcases
  • coasters
  • small tote bag
  • large tote bag-more like a backpack
You can also read more about this at the Clayboard TBAF On TCB thread.

***The Beta Alpha Group, Connecting For Inclusion
(formerly Trainers Connecting For Inclusion AND STILL The Clay Train Connection), has 2 items to offer with 100% of profits going to The Bubel-Aiken Foundation.

  • The first item is a BAF Bumper Sticker. The price is $5.00.

  • The second item is a BAF Canvas Tote Bag, which costs $15.00 plus Priority Shipping of $4.85, for a total of $19.85.

You can visit their approved Fundraiser Page at:

Paypal or checks are accepted. You can also go to their Clayboard thread at TBAF on TCB.

Attention Southern California Shoppers!

Two local outlet malls, The Lake Elsinore Outlet and Citadel Outlets, have invited TBAF and Wrapping For Inclusion to participate in their Shopping Extravaganzas!!

1. The Lake Elsinore Outlets' 5th Annual Shopping Extravaganza! Shopping Extravaganza gives local non-profit organizations a chance to raise money and have fun!

What is "Shopping Extravaganza?"
This special day of shopping will include exclusive store discounts and give-a-ways, a catered lunch, wine tasting, energy and pamper station, entertainment, one entry in a $500 shopping spree drawing, one entry in a raffle drawing (over $35,000 in raffle prizes will be awarded), entertainment, free Santa photo and free gift wrapping by the WFI volunteers!!!

Saturday, November 3, 2007
Registration hours: 9 AM -12 PM
Event hours: 10 AM - 4 PM

Cost is $20 per ticket and TBAF will keep a significant percentage (up to 100%) of the ticket proceeds.

You can get more information about this as well as purchase a ticket and/or volunteer to help by going to their TBAF on TCB thread at The Clayboard. Once you get there, check out the first post in the Attention So Cal Shoppers thread and send a pm or email to the email at this site. You can also purchase tickets at the door the day of the event.

For more information:

2. The Citadel Outlets' 2nd Annual Shopping Extravaganza!

Saturday, October 13
Registration - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Event Hours - 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Cost - $20 Event Ticket includes over $40,000 in prizes; also included are exclusive discounts, goodie bag, baggage check, entertainment, raffle, lunch by Ruby's Diner.

For more information go to: citadeloutlets


CDD supports:

Bubel Aiken Foundation GoodSearch for TBAF UNICEF