From: Judy Thompson (email@example.com)
Date: February 7, 2021, 11:43 PM
Subject: Invitation to Partner with the Ottawa Snowsuit Fund on the 2021 Snow Angel Challenge
[…] We have just received confirmation that Mayor Jim Watson has proclaimed Tuesday, February 16 as Snow Angel Day in Ottawa. He is planning to create his own Angel on Monday. Thank you for sharing your warmth by participating!
Take the Snow Angel Challenge
Help Keep Ottawa Kids Warm
The Snow Angel Challenge is a great opportunity to experience socially distant winter fun and connect with your friends, colleagues and loved ones online.
This February, head outside, make your snow angel and share your videos or images on social media using the hashtag #SnowAngelChallenge. There are many prizes to be won, including a category for most outrageous, so wear your favourite costume, team uniform, silly hat or bathing suit – be creative!
Those who register to collect donations can win even more prizes. Raise a minimum of $20 to receive a Snowsuit Fund toque. All donations support the purchase of snowsuits for low-income kids in our community by The Snowsuit Fund.
Sign up on your own, as a family, with your school or with your team. Businesses who register and raise a minimum of $100 will join the Workplace Challenge with a listing on our website.
Find all the Snow Angel Challenge details, make a donation or register at https://snowsuitfund.com/2021-snow-angel-challenge/
Connect with us on social media:
LinkedIn: The Snowsuit Fund
Keeping Kids Warm is our Mission.
Being outside in the winter remains an important part of growing up in Ottawa but children need warm clothes if they are going out to play. Every year, The Snowsuit Fund purchases and distributes more than 16,000 snowsuits to low-income children 15 years and younger in Ottawa, bringing dignity and hope to families struggling with the necessities of life. Perhaps few people know that as a grassroots organization, The Snowsuit Fund receives no government funding and relies on the generosity of caring groups and individuals to keep its 40-year operation going.