Thursday, May 24, 2007

We Are Striding and Riding

Dear Friends and Family,

This year, Bob & I have the honor and pleasure of participating in MDA's Stride and Ride 2007 to help "Jerry's Kids®". To reach our goal of $2,500 we need your help!

We'd like to include you or your company on our list of contributors who are helping us reach our goal. Your donation would help MDA continue the important fight against muscular dystrophy. Check out our web page by clicking on the link at the end of this post. There you'll find all kinds of information about MDA, and be able to make your tax-deductible donation on-line using your credit card.
If you'd rather donate some time, please consider joining us on the Stride and Ride walk on Saturday, June 23rd at 10am at the Excell Energy Center in Downtown St. Paul. Our team is called the Mingo Movers and we would LOVE having your join our team. The whole event is over by 1pm at the very latest and will include food, prizes, entertainment, music, and lots of fun.

MDA serves people like Bob with neuromuscular disease by providing clinics, support groups, assistance with the purchase and repair of wheelchairs, braces and communication devices, and summer camp for kids. MDA also funds research grants to help find treatments and cures for the 43 neuromuscular diseases that affect people of all ages, right here in our community.

We sincerely hope that you'll take the opportunity to support us as you support our MDA. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to me or Bob.

On behalf of the families MDA serves, thank you! Please feel free to send this on to others you think may want to give a tax deductible gift to MDA or walk with our team.

Warmest Regards,

Robert and Amy Mingo

Click this link or the link to the right in my sidebar to visit our Participant Page.


If the clicking the link does not bring you to our Participant Page, cut and paste the address below into the address bar of your internet browser.

https://www.mdaevent.org/ParticipantInfo.aspx?j=32ddbaa9-00ea-4832-a8ae-081a12590a4c

1 comment:

Midge said...

Hi, Amy! I hope this finds you well! I'm always keeping apprised of your journey via your blog. I've been wanting ask you something: are you concerned at all about Bob's FSH MD being hereditary if you get pregnant? With all that you're going through, I'm just wondering if that's another thing that weighs on your mind.

Thanks for your generous sharing of your journey!

And?? Did you go look at the house?!?1