Arciform’s Manager of Finances and Administration, Jennifer Barrow, has been raising funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in honor of her friend Lisa who lost her battle with cancer. She works with a team called Team Change through the Team in Training program that raises money for research and patient services. In return, her team is given the opportunity to run marathons and half-marathons throughout the region. Although Jennifer has already raised over $15,000 in support of this important work, she is not one to rest on her laurels. This year, she and her 15 teammates have set a goal to raise $100,000 in order to have a grant named after their team. You can help her reach her goal by contributing here, and remember to mention Arciform when you donate.
It’s that time of year again… NBA Finals! This year you can join our Finance Manager, Jennifer Barrow, in supporting a great cause by participating in a Bracket Pool for a Cure.
In celebration of my running BFF Lisa Bayha, who KICKED CANCER’S ASS, I am joining her and her daughter to work with Team in Training (TNT) to raise money for a cure.
TNT is an organization that raises money for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
In turn, they will send the three of us to a race of our choice. We are trying to get to San Francisco to run the Nike’s All Women’s Marathon. (We’ll be running the half marathon).
For a $10.00 donation on Jennifer’s team page, you can submit your picks. The winner will not only have bragging rights but will be awarded a gift card ($50.00 value) to celebrate their win.
There will be a prize for the Biggest Loser as well!
Here is how it works:
No later than midnight, April 19, 2013, make a minimum $10.00 donation to Jennifer’s Team in Training Page:
Then email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your fillable bracket. Email back the bracket by midnight April 19th with your teams filled in and the number of games you predict for each series to go.
In case of a tie please guess the total score of the final game and the person with the closest score will win the tie-breaker.
Winners will be based on points as follows:
First Round = 1 point
Semifinals = 2 points
Conference Finals = 3 points
Championship = 5 points
Round by Round: Guess the correct number of games per series for 1 point
Let the games begin……