Help Me Eat Honeybuns
Just a friendly reminder that on March 27th, I’m running the Longtom half-marathon to raise money for the KLM Foundation.
The money you donate allows a rural South African child to have access to a world-class education and extra curricular opportunities including sports, music and service learning. The KLM kids are truly deserving individuals and the foundation relies heavily on the Longtom fundraiser to support these learners throughout their grade 8-12 education.
It also allows us to continue to bring you quality programming like Sesame Street and Ken Burns’ new documentary “Laxatives”.
Remember, if I can raise $13,100 by March 25th, I’ll eat 13.1 Honeybuns as I run. That’s a Honeybun every mile. Puke! I’m only $12,940 away from my goal. I think I can make it!
Donating is easy:
1) Go to the KLM Foundation Website and click the Donate button in the top right corner.
2) Fill out the form. You can donate (much) less than $100 if you want. Even a few bucks is awesome.
3) In the Longtom Marathon box (“If you are making this donation in support of a participant in the Longtom Marathon, please indicate the runner’s name”) put my name, Michael “Destroyer of Worlds” Sherman .
4) Revel in your support of a future South African leader (and quality public television).
You can also donate by check. Ask me for help or read the instructions on the Donate page. Be sure to make the donation in my name if you want to support Honeybuns or quality children’s television like “Zoom”.
With a donation of $200 or more, we’ll send you something you don’t want.
With a donation of $500 or more, we’ll send you something that you think you’ll want but will cease to be exciting when you finally receive it.
But seriously, do it for the kids! KLM supports the most promising learners from the most deprived parts of the country. Your donation helps give future leaders a chance to fulfill their potential.
Please let me know if you have problems or questions, or have a peek at the KLM website. I’ll be sure to post periodic updates here.
We now return to “Barbara Streisand: A Concert to Remember”