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World Series Challenge benefits Nets for Life

World Series Challenge benefits Nets for Life

Detroit Tigers fan Bonnie Anderson (recently retired president of the House of Deputies) and SF Giants fan Sean McConnell (CEO & president at Live Stream Digest) invite their friends to play the World Series Challenge to benefit the Nets for Life Inspiration Fund.

Your team wins, you make a donation of at least $12 (the cost of one anti-malaria bed net) to the fund within seven days of the World Series. Once donations are tallied, supporters of the losing team must match the winners. (So no matter who wins, everybody donates to this great cause. Cool!)

To sign up, go to Bonnie’s Facebook page, or to Sean’s.

Bonnie notes that the Nets for Life Inspiration Fund has almost reached its goal of raising $5 million before Dec. 31. “Tigers or Giants?” she writes. “Make your enthusiasm for baseball save a kid’s life. Are you in?”


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