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A Super Bowl challenge to do good in the world

A Super Bowl challenge to do good in the world

Here’s a Super Bowl challenge that allows you to do some good in the world while showing your team spirit. Bishop Greg Rickel of the Diocese of Olympia in Western Washington and Bishop Robert O’Neill of the Diocese of Colorado have issued a Super Bowl challenge to football fans.


Namely, they want to see which diocese can give most to Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD) BEFORE kickoff on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Pacific time. To donate, go to to the donate page of ERD Web site, select “Global Needs” and enter the amount you wish to donate. After filling out your address and other information there is an option titled “Would you like to dedicate this donation?” Click “yes, in honor of” and in the box put “Super Bowl Seattle” or “Super Bowl Denver.” ERD will announce which diocese gave the most money after kick-off.

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