Progress Report #1 - Friday, July 23, 2004
TO CURE DIABETES
DiPietro and Dave DiPietro,
Co-Corporate Recruitment Chairmen
July 22, 2004
Progress Report #1
to the 2004 Walk to Cure Diabetes!
This is the first of the weekly progress reports you
will receive. The
purpose of these reports is to keep you informed and motivated
over the next 8 weeks. In
addition, we’ll share with you exciting news and updates
from Walk Teams throughout the area.
you for serving as a Team Captain for the 2004 Walk To Cure
Diabetes. We have officially kicked off this year’s walk
and we are on our way toward the $305,000 branch goal.
Co-Corporate Recruitment Chair for the walk, we have set an
aggressive goal of $30,000 for my team, The Pizza Oven.
I challenged each of my team members to set their own
personal fundraising goal of at least $100.
I believe this is a very attainable goal by asking ten
people for $10.
addition, our Family Team Chair, Donna Treubig, tells me that
many of our families are setting goals for themselves.
Families that are conducting a Letter Writing Campaign
(LWC) can expect to raise $1,000.
At least that’s what the average letter brings in.
your team something to strive for by setting goals for the
number of Walkers and the amount they will raise.
Danielle Robertson from the JDRF staff or a member of
our Family Team Committee will be contacting you on my behalf
to discuss your team’s goal and to help you develop a
strategy to meet that goal.
don’t forget to register for the Walk on-line at www.jdrf.org.
Here you will be able to set up your own personal
fundraising web page, send group e-mails and collect donations
on line. In
addition, Team Captains will be able to check the status of
their team and team members.
thank you for leading the 2004 Walk To Cure Diabetes. I look
forward to getting to know you in the weeks ahead as we join
together to cure diabetes.
Akron/Canton, Pro Football Hall of Fame, OH
11:00am, September 11, 2004
Today or for more information please
contact the Northeast Ohio Chapter at (216)524-6000 or
via e-mail at email@example.com.
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team has set a goal to raise $30,000 through
walker dollars, vendor letters, and a golf
Pizza Oven Charity Classic will be held on
Sunday, August 22nd at Skyland
Pines Golf Club.
Tickets are $100 and include golf,
bocci, meals, refreshments, and raffle.
If you are interested in receiving more
information call (330) 454-5131 or Danielle
Robertson at (216) 524-6000. Look for more
good news ahead as we get closer to the walk.
Linda Gill is this year’s Lead Team
Captain and helping to guide The Pizza Oven to
a successful walk year!
is coming back strong again this year!
They are recruiting multiple team
captains, offering internal incentives, and
selling sneakers at all FirstMerit branches.
Karen Rose is leading the way in developing
another successful FirstMerit team!
the JDRF night at Canal Park!
On Monday, August 30th, JDRF
and the Akron Aeros will present “JDRF
Appreciation Night”. A
member of the JDRF family will throw out the
first pitch, have tables set up with walk
materials and much, much more!
Tickets are $6 with $4 going to JDRF,
and must be purchased through the JDRF office
by calling (216) 524-6000 or (888) 718-3061.
The Aeros will take on the Bowie Baysox
at 7:05 pm.
Join us for a great night of baseball!
OF THE WEEK
hear it for Stephanie’s Steamers who are
committed to raising $6,500 this year through
their Family Team effort in honor of
Stephanie was diagnosed with juvenile
(type 1) diabetes in August 2000.
The team is raising money by sending a
letter to family and friends and through a
ride by their Reverend.
Reverend Ray’s 2004 Bike Trip Across
America was a 3,500 miles bicycle journey that
started in San Diego, CA and ended in St.
Donations from the ride were made to
Stephanie’s Steamers for the 2004 Walk to
Cure Diabetes and together they raised $4,500.
Thanks to Donna and Stephanie for all their
Donna Treubig is also doing a fabulous
job serving as this year’s Family Team
Team-Building Tip of
Build the best Walk team ever in just three
simple steps. ( www.jdrf.org/tip1
Top Family team
Our top family team so far is Team Emma
with 1 Team Captain and a total of 14 walkers.
Top Corporate team
Our top corporate team so far is Team GBS
with 5 Team Captains and a total of 9 walkers.
Top School team
Our top school team so far is Walsh
University with 1 Team Captain and a
total of 1 walkers.
Find out how your
Mercy Medical Center, The Step 2 Company, Foresters
Aultman Health Foundation, Charter One Bank, GBS
Corporation, TLT Babcock, SEI Investments