Big Brothers Big Sisters wants to know: Who will be next to be SKUNKED?
In celebration of 20 years of service on the Gulf Coast, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida is rolling out their new fundraising effort: SKUNKED.
This yearlong fundraising event will begin Tuesday September 1, 2009. Anyone in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties will have the opportunity to SKUNK a friend, family member, co-worker, or local business. Just call the SKUNK Hotline and make a $20 donation and Big Brothers Big Sisters staff will decorate the lawn with skunk art.
All proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida. To make a small but meaningful contribution to this worthy organization, or for more information call 433-KIDS(5437) or visit our website at www.bbbsnwfl.org/anniversary.
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