Dowler Karn Giveaway!, News (Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs)

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Dowler Karn Giveaway!
Submitted By Terry Nelson on Tuesday, August 14, 2018
GREAT NEWS!...Dowler Karn is giving away $75,000 in grant money and EMHA has applied for $5,000 of it for our organization, but we need everyone's support to obtain!

Deadline to register: August 17th, 2018


There is a requirement to register your support as a "sponsor" of this grant. A "sponsor" is required to input some very basic information with the link provided below. (NOTE: The information you provide is ONLY used to legitimize the request for $5,000).

Your support is encouraged and it will only take you a total of 5mins!


What YOU need to know:


To qualify we need a minimum of 50 people to sponsor the grant by submitting a registration to show support. The more we show support, the better our chances are of being awarded the grant.

ACTION - Please follow this link to participate:

https://dowlerkarn.com/contestants/elgin-middlesex-hockey-alliance/

We would love FULL organization participation and if you could also SHARE with family and friends - that would be great!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 

*Sponsors should register using GOOGLE CHROME. 
*You will not be able to register using Internet Explorer.
*If you or your sponsors are having technical difficulties, please contact g[email protected]
*Don't forget to share it on FACEBOOK!

What's in it for all of us:

- Keeping next year's registration costs down.
- Additional Player development

Part of the budget for the organization is to raise funds to keep costs steady as well as team and individual player development. Last year EMHA was able to raise enough money to give an additional $1000 to each team for player development and team building initiatives and this year the registration costs remained the same. The goal is to be able to do this again, but we need all of the teams and their players families to help and this would be a great start to being able to do so!

GO CHIEFS GO!
Thank you!  


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