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Move-A-Thon to Reduce Disability Isolation

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A Move-A-Thon to Reduce Disability Isolation

Join Disability Community Hub in our first move-a-thon to get some exercise and fresh air, and to help reduce the isolation people with disabilities all over the world from the COVID-19 crisis. Your efforts will help us sustain our digital community gatherings and peer mentoring programs for people with disabilities to have a safe place to connect with each other for the next year.


You can support the important work of Disability Community Hub by joining the move-a-thon. Every step, roll, jump, push-up, and movement counts. To participate in our move-a-thon, first press "join" above on the page  and click create a  new team. Enter your team  name, customize the campaign boilerplate text and  choose what type of movement, your goal, and the length of time you want your fundraiser to go for. We set a goal of $500 for an individual fundraiser. If you want to change your fundraising goal, feel free to do so! Finally, we encourage you to regularly update your friends and family on your progress and invite them to donate to your campaign via email, twitter and/or facebook. Don’t forget to take fun pictures and share them with your network as you participate in the Move-A-Thon!


Anyone who raises $250.00 or more will be entered into a raffle prize. Please let us know what you did during August  20, 2020-October  1st, 2020 by posting a picture on one of Disability Community Hub’s social media sites:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/DisCommunityHub

Instagram:  @discommunityhub

Twitter:  @discommunityhub

Caption the photo with what you accomplished by September 28th! Our favorite picture will win an extra two chances in the raffle for the special gift. We can’t wait to see how everyone moved!


Lastly,  you can also support us by donating and sharing our campaign with your network. $25 $50 $100 Every little bit helps in reaching our goal!


Posted by Nick Holzthum





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