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Strike Out Pancreatic Disease in MA – There’s No Time to Spare!

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Strike Out Pancreatic Disease in MA – There’s No Time to Spare!

Strike Out Pancreatic Disease - Theres No Time to Spare! is our signature fundraising activity for our chapters and grassroots volunteers and are designed to raise much needed funds for our research, education and support programs as well as to also raise awareness of pancreatic diseases in wider society.


It provides a fun family-friend opportunity for people to engage with the National Pancreas Foundation while supporting our efforts to find new and better therapies.


This year will be fourth year in which we've hosted the event at Bowlero, 405 Boston Turnpike.

You can register as an individual, part of/start a team or just make a donation. There are also opportunities to sponsor this Strike Out Pancreatic Disease event.

Registration is $40!*

* When purchasing the ticket, there will be a purchase fee - you can choose to cover the service and credit card fees that come with this ticket purchase to ensure that the NPF receives 100% of the value of your contribution. (Thank you!) If you would like to have the NPF pay for the fee, please click on "edit".

Sponsorship Levels: Strike Out Pancreatic Disease in Massachusetts 2019

300 Game Sponsor: $2,500

4 lanes, 16 guests

Opportunity to speak at event

Booth/table at event

Logo/name on event board & t-shirt


Turkey Sponsor: $1,000

2 lanes, 8 guests

Booth/table at event

Logo/name on event board, website and t-shirt


Strike Sponsor: $500

1 lane, 4 guests

Logo/name on event board, website and t-shirt

Team Photo Card


Spare Sponsor: $250

1 lane, 4 guests

To become a Sponsor, please contact Diane Tonelli, MA Chapter Chair - npfma@pancreasfoundation.org


The NPF greatly appreciates your support as we fulfill our mission to fund cutting edge research, advocate for new and better therapies, and support educational services for physicians and patients.

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When
Sunday November 3rd
Where
405 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury, MA, USA
405 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury, MA 01545, USA

Story
Our Signature Fundraiser

Strike Out Pancreatic Disease - There’s No Time to Spare! is our signature fundraising activity for our chapters and grassroots volunteers and are designed to raise much needed funds for our research, education and support programs as well as to also raise awareness of pancreatic diseases in wider society.


It provides a fun family-friend opportunity for people to engage with the National Pancreas Foundation while supporting our efforts to find new and better therapies.


This year will be fourth year in which we've hosted the event at  Bowlero®, 405 Boston Turnpike.

You can register as an individual, part of/start a team or just make a donation. There are also opportunities to sponsor this Strike Out Pancreatic Disease event.

Registration is $40!*

* When purchasing the ticket, there will be a purchase fee - you can choose to cover the service and credit card fees that come with this ticket purchase to ensure that the NPF receives 100% of the value of your contribution. (Thank you!) If you would like to have the NPF pay for the fee, please click on "edit".

Sponsorship Levels: Strike Out Pancreatic Disease in Massachusetts 2019

300 Game Sponsor: $2,500

· 4 lanes, 16 guests

· Opportunity to speak at event

· Booth/table at event

· Logo/name on event board & t-shirt


Turkey Sponsor: $1,000

· 2 lanes, 8 guests

· Booth/table at event

· Logo/name on event board, website and t-shirt


Strike Sponsor: $500

· 1 lane, 4 guests

· Logo/name on event board, website and t-shirt

· Team Photo Card


Spare Sponsor: $250

· 1 lane, 4 guests

To become a Sponsor, please contact Diane Tonelli, MA Chapter Chair -  npfma@pancreasfoundation.org


The NPF greatly appreciates your support as we fulfill our mission to fund cutting edge research, advocate for new and better therapies, and support educational services for physicians and patients.  

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