Who Wants To Let Me Host A Party At Their House? It’s for CHARITY!!

Party Hats
So, as I’ve been trying to think of creative ways to raise money for my big 10-day long hockey game for Cystic Fibrosis, I remembered that my friend Linda had a party once that is sort of like a Tupperware party, but for, um, a different type of product. And that one can use such parties as a fundraiser – a certain percentage of the profits from the selling of said products, which usually go to the hostess of said party, would go to the charity instead.

Now, I’m certain that I could get a fair few friends to attend a party where they are able to buy some, um, fun electronic devices, but I also know, in no uncertain terms, that no one will come out to my place in Surrey. So this is where I’m calling on you, gentle readers with wonderful homes in Vancouver, for some assistance. Would you let me use your place to host this fundraiser event? I promise that all my friends will be on their best behaviour and I would, of course, bring all the food and do all the cleaning up! It could be a weekend night or a weekday night, whatever works best for you. I’m thinking in mid- to late-May. And it’s for a really, really good cause, so you would totally score like a million karma points! Give it some thought and if you can help me out, send me an email or leave a comment!

Image Credit: Posted by Infidelic on Flickr. Despite the photo, I promise not to make anyone wear party hats at my party!

4 Replies to “Who Wants To Let Me Host A Party At Their House? It’s for CHARITY!!”

  1. I would totally let you host a party here. But that would be a much longer commute.

    When were you thinking of doing it? Maybe I could have a twin party here?

  2. Oooh, twin party would be super awesome! I’m thinking mid- to late-May. And I may have a place for my party! Just need to connect with my friend on the phone to confirm (we’ve been emailing!). So super excited!

  3. Cool. Well let me know. I’ll be in Ottawa at the end of May for the marathon, but maybe I can have a “Happy I Survived the Marathon and Give Me Money for Dr. Beth’s Longest Hockey Game for Cystic Fibrosis” party. Those are the best kind of parties.

    Of course, I have to survive the marathon. Otherwise the party will just be a complete downer.

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