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Cambridge Cubs 2014 Fundraiser
$140 raised
14% of $1k goal
3 contributors
0 days left
Ended Nov 21, 2014
The Cambridge Cubs are a Mosquito Tier 2 baseball club from Cambridge, Ontario, comprised of players between 9 and 11-years-old.
Currently 3-8 in league play, we've already won as many games as our club did over the last two seasons...

Who We Are

The Cambridge Cubs are a Mosquito Tier 2 baseball club from Cambridge, Ontario, comprised of players between 9 and 11-years-old.

Currently 3-8 in league play, we've already won as many games as our club did over the last two seasons, and we're not even close to being done yet! There's certainly been a steep learning curve over the course of the first few weeks, but we're still confident that we can become the team to beat by the time July rolls around.

Why We're Fundraising

On July 23rd, the Cubbies are headed to Pittsburgh for the Louisville Slugger Wood Bat World Series.

As one might expect, there are a number of expenses involved in the trip, and to maximize the experience for the boys without putting an undue burden on the parents and coaches, we've decided to do a little fundraising.

All proceeds will go directly towards the Cubs (equipment, travel expenses, etc.), and all supporters will receive a personalized thank-you from the team. For those who donate $20 or more, you will also receive a ticket to the team's Applebee's breakfast in Cambridge on August 16th, where you will be served breakfast by the Cubbies themselves!

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$1 CAD
Personalized Team Message
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Receive a personalized thank-you from the Cubs!
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$20 CAD
Applebee's Breakfast Ticket
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1 Ticket to the Cubs' Applebee's Breakfast Fundraiser on Saturday, August 16
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