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CONTEST LEADING UP TO REGION CHAMPIONSHIPS TO HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

Friday, February 17th, 2023

The Badger Region is super excited to partner with the American Cancer Society to raise funds in their fight against cancer and to raise awareness. A fundraising campaign will be in effect leading up to the 2023 Badger Region Championships. Each weekend, the Badger Region will be awarding a free professional photo shoot with Com-It Photography and Marketing for the teams who raise the most amount of money through their donation portals.

For example, that means on the first weekend of the Badger Region Championships, one Girls 16s, 17s or 18s team will get a photo shoot if they raise the most amount of money for American Cancer Society. On the second weekend, all girls 10s, 11s, 12s, 13s and 14s are eligible. On final weekend, all girls 15 and all boys teams are eligible to win. The photo shoot must be done on the weekend of the team’s championship. No rain checks.

How does it work? Teams can go to http://coaches.acsevents.org/cvcvolleyball2023 and click on “sign up” in the upper right hand corner. There, a team rep must create a donation portal for his or her specific team. (This takes only one minute). Once a team is created, users can pick the team as a team from the dropdown menu when they make their donation. Each team must set up its own donation portal. This is not a club vs. club competition. It is team vs. team.

The Badger Region had planned to partner with the American Cancer Society in 2020 but that event was shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are now revisiting the opportunity to raise funds for the American Cancer Society and work with cancer survivor and volleyball coach Ben White, the former Middleton High School boys volleyball coach who was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2019. The volleyball community rallied around Ben that year in the form of wearing commemorative t-shirts at the Whitefish Bay boys high school volleyball tournament. Now we are going to help Ben’s latest cause and work with him to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.

If you have problems or need help setting up and account, contact Brian Sharkey at the Badger Region office at brian@badger2023.0ed61ed.netsolhost.com or call/text 414-313-9055. Thank you for your support of the Badger Region and the American Cancer Society.