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Posted October 5 , 2010
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Creative Philanthropy

TWO BLONDE CHICKS INC. & CONESTOGA COLLEGE CHOOSE ORGANIZATIONS TO RECEIVE CREATEATHON® SERVICES

KITCHENER - Nine Waterloo Region non-profit organizations will be the beneficiaries of free marketing and creative services provided by Two Blonde Chicks Inc., Conestoga College Graphic Design students and various other volunteers and suppliers.

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CreateAthon® The 24-hour workaround-the-clock effort will begin Thursday, October 7th at Conestoga College Doon Campus.

Organizations selected as CreateAthon clients this year include: Big Brothers Big Sisters, Foodbank of Waterloo Region, SilverLake Mennonite Camp, Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Send ‘Em off Smiling, Thrive! The Canadian Centre for Positive Youth Development, Hopespring Cancer Centre, YWCA of Cambridge and the KW Humane Society! The creative services being donated are expected to be estimated at the cost of over $100,000.

Two Blonde Chicks Inc. received an overwhelming number of applications from non-profit agencies throughout the Region. “It was a very difficult task to select only a few non-profits to work out of the pool of applications. All the groups who applied we are all very much in need,” said Jolene MacDonald. “All of us involved, including the selected clients, are extremely excited to begin the process” also said MacDonald. Two Blonde Chicks has partnered with Conestoga College to expand CreateAThon benefits to the selected non-profits and to help student gain experience working with real clients.



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