Organized By Tim Heine, Sherwood resident and also the Vice President of Sherwood’s Bank of Oswego, please join Tim and 9 others on Friday, September 2nd in dowtown Portland for a private cruise on his boat. Enjoy some fine wines and faan evening
Tim Heine was initially given $60 by The McCabe Real Estate Group and the challenge to grow this money into a larger charitable donation. He partnered with Natalie’s Estate Winery to create a wonderful evening of pleasure on his boat, enjoying a cruise on the Willamette river, watching the sunset over Portland with fine wines and fabulous appetizers with all donations going to Younglife of Yamhill.
Friday, September 2nd, , 2011
Departing from Riverplace Marina in downtown Portland (315 SW Montgomery Street, Portland)
Boarding time: 5:00 pm
Departure time: 5:30 pm
Cost: $75.00 per person
Ten guest limit & donate online for a tax deduction too!
100% of the donations given to Younglife in Newberg, Oregon
WHAT CAN 26 PARTICIPANTS EACH GROW $60 INTO?
April at their annual benefit Egg Hunt For HOPE event, Todd and Leslie McCabe, owners of The McCabe Real Estate Group gave 26 people each $60 (total of $1,560.00) and challenged them to grow their $60 into more money and to make a difference with it. How much can our total amount of $1,560.00 grow into? $10,000? $25,000? The sky is the limit! There are no rules…simply make that money grow for a person, family, group or organization. They told their participants to be creative and have fun while they are making a difference in your community.
How are they growing their McCabe Group $60 Money Grow Challenge? Instead of just “giving it away” the 26 participants are hosting game nights, parties, selling baked goods, walking dogs, organizing professional photography sessions, and having car washes to name a few of their fundraisers. Once they feel they are done growing their $60 seed money, they are then to donate it to their favorite cause, organization, or even a friend or family in need.
On October 6th, they will all meet up to share their stories on how they grew their money, what they did with it and to see how much the McCabe Group’s donation of $1,560.00 actually grew into.
“You can make a difference wherever you live. It can start with just $60”