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FBB teams participate in Light the Night Walks across the country

06 Nov 2012

Our international Light the Night team is a third of the way to our $1 million goal (including matching donations courtesy of team captain Todd Stiefel and his family) with a little less than two months to go in 2012. Many teams have started sending us pictures of their walks.

 

CFI Michigan Light the Night Walk

CFI Michigan raised almost $2,000 from individual donations, a kickoff event at McFadden’s restaurant, and a partnership with their local Culver’s restaurants. They walked on October 6 in Grand Rapids, MI.
 

Chicago Light the Night Walk

The Chicago-Area Secular Student Alliance Group, consisting of affiliates from Loyola, DePaul, Northwestern, and the University of Chicago raised $1,255 and walked on October 20 in Chicago. 

 

Chicago Light the Night Walk

Walking with the Chicago-Area SSA teams on October 20 was the Chicago-Area team, which raised $3,332.

 

Camp Quest/HCCO Light the Night Walk

Camp Quest and Humanist Community of Central Ohio raised nearly $1,200 from individual donations and walked on October 27 in Columbus, OH.

 

SSA National Staff Light the Night Walk

Secular Student Alliance National Staff raised more than $700 from individual donations and walked on October 27 in Columbus, OH.

 

Minnesota Atheists Light the Night Walk

Minnesota Atheists raised $700 and walked on September 23 in Minneapolis, MN.

 

CLU SSA & The Humanist Community Thousand Oaks Light the Night Walk

CLU SSA & The Humanist Community Thousand Oaks raised more than $700 and walked on October 27 in Woodland Hills, CA.

 

Birmingham Temple Light the Night Walk

Birmingham Temple beat their $2,000 goal by another $200 when they walked in Troy, MI, on September 22.

 

Secular Student Alliance at the University of Michigan Light the Night Walk

Secular Student Alliance at the University of Michigan raised $700 from a Send-an-Atheist-to-Church fundraiser and individual donations. They walked in Ann Arbor, MI, on September 29.

 

The Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island Light the Night Walk

The Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island raised $2,500, beating their goal by 25% from team and individual donations. They walked on October 12 in East Meadow, NY.

 

Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation Light the Night Walk

Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation raised more than $1,600 from individual donations and walked on October 21 in Glenview, IL.

It’s not too late to donate! Don’t forget, donations are being matched up to $500,000 by the Stiefel family and support the incredibly good work being done by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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