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Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Bubel Aiken Fundraisers - Part 3 - Scrapping 4 Inclusion To Hold Fundraisers in Queens NY and Greensboro NC

We've had two articles so far to remind you of some of the many fundraisers that are going on in ClayNation for The Bubel Aiken Foundation. If you missed reading those articles, you can find them at:

The Bubel Aiken Fundraisers - 3 A Day To Remember - Part 1
The Bubel Aiken Fundraisers - 3 A Day To Remember - Part 2

Today we will only tell you about one of BAF's fundraisers - Scrapping 4 Inclusion. Scrapping 4 Inclusion's website says it best as to what it is all about:

The mission of Scrapping 4 Inclusion is to combine one of the fastest growing hobbies in North America with the need for creating awareness and raising funds on behalf of children with disabilities and their advocates at The Bubel Aiken Foundation (TBAF). This is an awareness and fundraising campaign where Volunteer Organizers across the USA will plan a full day of Scrapbooking Crop in their own community.
You can go to their site to find out even more about Scrapping 4 Inclusion and how you can get involved.

There are two Scrapping 4 Inclusion Fundraisers that will take place very soon in Queens, NY and Greensboro, NC.

The Queens fundraiser will take place on Saturday, October 20, at the Queens Occupational Training Center. The cost is a $20 donation to take part, and the proceeds will be split between The Bubel Aiken Foundation and The Queens Occupational Training Center, a facility which specializes in Special Education. Volunteers are needed for set up, tear down, and photography. More information can be found at their thread at The Clayboard and in the ad below.

A second Scrapping 4 Inclusion Fundraiser will take place in Greensboro on Saturday, October 27, at Moriah Methodist Church. The $40 crop fee is a donation to The Bubel Aiken Foundation. There will be lunch, dinner, and snacks, as well as door prizes, raffles, and a grand prize of a 2008 Weekend Crop Retreat valued at $130! More information can be found at their thread at The Clayboard and in the ad below.

Both of these fundraisers are great ways to help support The Bubel Aiken Foundation as well as have some fun with other people who love scrapbooking. Check the Scrapbooking 4 Inclusion website for future dates of fundraising events. Dates already at their site, including the above two dates, are:

Waco, Texas - October 20
Denver, Colorado - November 3
Lovettsville (not sure of the state) - November 10
Columbia, South Carolina - January 5, 2008

This is just one of the many ways that fans are making a difference by raising money and awareness for The Bubel Aiken Foundation with fundraisers. In our next article, we'll tell you about three more.


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