Over the Edge for Scouting
Buffalo Trail Council, BSA will host this unique event AGAIN this October to benefit the Scouting program in West Texas. This fundraiser will feature a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to rappeldown the side of Midland Memorial Hospital.
All participants will be treated likes VIP's while their supporters cheer them on during their thrilling descent!
How to Participate
EDGERS: To secure a place, each participant needs to raise a minimum of $1,200 for the chance to go...OVER THE EDGE! We've made this as easy as possible for you. Simply click the "Create Your Fundraising Page" button at the top right of this page and follow the steps provided. Once you hit your goal of $1,200 you're in! But remember, all proceeds go to the Buffalo Trail Council so please continue to keep raising money any way that you can!
TOSS YOUR BOSS: r the EDGE?" How about Tossing your Boss? You and your coworkers can raise $1,500 to "Toss your Boss."
How to Get Started
You can customize your very own personal online fundraising page with a picture, text, graphics and anything else you think might help you in raising money for this great cause. Once you set up your page, start sending it out to friends and family right away through email, Facebook and Twitter. The more people you send it to, the better chance you have of raising enough funds to gain entrance into this once in a lifetime event.
The event will be taking place at:
Midland Memorial Hospital
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Need More Information?
For more regarding the Over The Edge event, please contact
Aaron Bedell at (432)-570-7601 or email@example.com
To learn more about Over The Edge, you can visit their website by clicking here.
For sponsorship information, please click here.
Buffalo Trail Council serves more than 8,300 children throughout 18 counties in West Texas. Each summer, more than 3,000 campers test their camping and wilderness skills at the Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch. The younger Scouts, Cub Scouts, enjoy day camps and weekend outings designed to foster self-confidence while bringing families closer together. At-risk and underprivileged children of all ages practice life skills year-round which enable them to become vibrant contributors to our community.
Our youth need opportunities to explore nature, learn problem solving, and work as a team. Taking them off the couch, away from the television and video games and putting them in the outdoors is the answer. Your support of Over the Edge gives Scouting the fuel necessary to safeguard the door of success for our next generation of leaders, civil servants, teachers, and patriots.