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WALK 2008

SICHUAN EARTHQUAKE RELIEF

MARROW DRIVE

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES IN NEWWEST

TRI-CITY’S NEW LEGAL CLINIC

NEW CANADIAN MENTORSHIP FUNDS ANNOUNCED

C2C SPLASHESE INTO VANCITY

NEW HEP B DRUG PLAN UNVAILED

Vol.2 Issue 2 - July 2008

teams will show their support and participate in the 7-km panoramic Walk along the famous Stanley Park seawall.
  
    Walk 2008 has earmarked a $500,000 fundraising target with proceeds going towards the maintenance and enhancement of critical S.U.C.C.E.S.S. programs and services for those most vulnerable in the community such as seniors, women, youths and families.

    Introduced at the 2007 Walk With the Dragon, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Dragon Idol returns for a second consecutive year. Having comethrough preliminary contests prior to the main event, the two Dragon Idol finalist will square off at centre stage to see who is crowned champion of the 2008 competition.

  In the wake of the devastating earthquake in Sichuan, China in May, a joint press conference in conjunction between S.U.C.C.E.S.S., the Jewish Federation, Canadian Red Cross was held in early June to launch a revised relief appeal target of $92 million to help survivors.
  The local Chinese community in Metro Vancouver steps forward in unison. S.UC.C.C.E.S.S., the Chinese Benevolent Association of Vancouver (CBA) and other Chinese Canadian associations joined together at the onset of the disaster to raise funds for China Earthquake victims.
  The collaborative efforts amongst the organizations have resulted in a $3 million dollar tally generated from local offices, charity sales at the Chinatown Night Market and a new telethon with Fairchild Media. “We appreciate the great support from other cultural groups and we will continue to act as the bridge between the Chinese community and the Canadian society at large,” stated Tung Chan CEO of S.U.C.C.E.S.S.. As of June 2, The Canadian Red Cross received an overwhelming $13.1 million for the China Earthquake relief efforts. Canadians wishing to make financial contributions may donate at www.redcross.ca or contact them directly at 1-800-418-1111 or visit their local Canadian Red Cross office.

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Walk with the Dragon 2008

Local Communities Quick to Support Sichuan Earthquake Relief

     To join the festivities, participants can join the Walk as an individual or a team to raise funds via collecting pledges. Pledge collectors are entitled to one entry to the Lucky Draw for ever y$20 raised. The grand prize is a pair of hospitality class return tickets from Vancouver to an Air Canada Asian destination.

    We encourage you to register online as a Walker and help us reach the $500,000 fundraising target. Online-fundraising is the easiest and most cost effective way to solicit pledges/donations from friends and family members.

TO REGISTER AS A
Walker

Follow this link:
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Foundation - Walk with the Dragon.
Then follow 9 simple steps to complete registration online.

Innovatively Integrating New Canadians for 35 Years

The 23rd annual S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Walk With the Dragon returns to Lumbermen’s Arch, Stanley Park on Sunday July 20, 2008

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