Newman’s Own Holiday Challenge

Newman’s Own Holiday Challenge

January 3, 2018

Virtual Event

How You Can Help

You can help us make a difference this holiday season. Patients, survivors, family members, and friends of NBCA are encouraged to participate in this meaningful and important opportunity through Newman’s Own Foundation. To join the challenge click here, and then and select “Join the Team & Create Your Own Fundraiser.” Next, share your story and personalize your own Newman’s Own Challenge Fundraising page. Once the challenge goes live on November 21, we will remind you to start sharing your page with family, friends and social networks.

By joining our team, you will get weekly updates and fundraising tips, and you will be part of a community that is passionate about raising awareness and sharing valuable information. With your help, we can expand our ongoing efforts to Stop The Clot®. Our mission is critical and we have no time to waste.

About the Challenge & Why it Matters

Thanks to the generosity of Newman’s Own Foundation, the National Blood Clot Alliance and other charities are being challenged to raise  as much money as possible over the course of six weeks, from November 21, 2017 to January 3, 2018. Newman’s Own Foundation is celebrating 35 years of giving back to charities, and NBCA is proud to be included. Since Newman’s Own was founded, the have donated nearly $500 million to charitable organizations. Now, they’re celebrating by committing a half a million dollars to help charities supersize their holiday campaigns. Newman’s Own will award the top 5 organizations that raise the most money cash prizes of up to $500,000. With your help, we hope to make NBCA a big winner this holiday season.

If you have questions, or need help setting up your personal fundraising page, please email Caitlin Augustine.
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