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I have chosen to run marathons and other events to help three worthy causes: Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Champion the City Choir of Washington (CCW) and The Fight Against AIDS . I have committed to walk in the Breast Cancer 3-Day (60 miles) starting Friday , October 9, 2009, and run the Disney Goofy race that is a half-marathon (13.1 miles) on Saturday, January 9, 2010, and a full marathon (26.2 miles) the next day, January 10, 2010. This is an extra effort on my part. During these hard economic times can you make an extra effort? All three causes need you help now! Please donate to one or more of the causes. The thermometer to the right shows the combined status of my sponsorship level.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure Summary
Can you imagine a world without breast cancer? It's hard, given how pervasive the disease is. But go ahead, let yourself envision that world. Because it's not a fantasy. It's a reality within our grasp. Each step I take on the Breast Cancer 3-Day brings us closer to ending the disease forever.

Eighty-five percent of the net proceeds of this event go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Every advancement in breast cancer research, treatment, education and prevention in the last 25 years has been touched by a Komen for the Cure grant. The remaining fifteen percent of net funds goes to the National Philanthropic Trust Breast Cancer Fund, which provides ongoing support to breast cancer initiatives, so that strides made today can continue to propel us toward our goal. Click here to see Breast Cancer 3-Day details.

Everyone has been touched in some way by breast cancer. And recoiled from the touch. No family should lose a mother prematurely, or a dear friend, sister, wife, daughter, or co-worker. No one just diagnosed, should have to look at the mirror in the morning and say: Will I survive? Everyone deserves a lifetime: we feel it deep in our bones. I am asking you to please help me reach my fundraising goals by becoming a sponsor for me at my Breast Cancer 3-Day fundraising site "http://www.the3day.org/goto/Santa.Steve" or by sending a check made out to "Breast Cancer 3-Day" to:
Battle Breast Cancer
C/O Stephen Schreurs
Post Office Box 745
Olney, MD 20832

Champion the City Choir of Washington Summary
The City Choir of Washington, led by Grammy winner Robert Shafer, is presenting its second season of great choral masterpieces and they need your help. This chorus represents an extraordinary level of personal commitment by individual singers and supporters, who have donated countless hours of their time and talents, as well as remarkable generosity in actual dollars.

This newly formed chorus is bursting with ideas to foster interest and involvement in choral music. An outreach chorus is being formed to present programs at schools, nursing homes, and other locations where live music is a cherished treat. In addition, this chorus provides opportunities to children's and young adult's choirs to perform in a professional setting. Click here to see CCW details.

"She sings, he runs" For the first time Susan and I are combining our "slogan" as a joint request for your support. Susan has committed to making "Soldier Quilts" to be given to wounded soldiers. For every $500 donated through "Champion the City Choir of Washington," Susan will make a quilt for our wounded soldiers. If you would like to sponsor a quilt in your name, make a $200 donation and e-mail me a note to let Susan and I know that you are sponsoring a quilt. Please Champion the City Choir of Washington by sending a check made out to "The City Choir of Washington" to:
Champion the City Choir of Washington
C/O Stephen Schreurs
Post Office Box 745
Olney, MD 20832

The Fight Against AIDS Summary
I have chosen to fight AIDS because AIDS is the worst epidemic the earth has seen since the Black Plague. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now estimate that more than one million Americans are living with HIV. Up to one-third of them do not know they are HIV-positive. Nationwide, someone under the age of 25 is infected with HIV every 30 minutes.

Despite recent advances in medical treatment, the AIDS epidemic is far from over. Fund raising for the FIGHT AGAINST AIDS helps men, women, and children with AIDS lead longer and better lives. I would run 100 miles to extend the life of a child one day.
Click here to see AIDS details.

This will be my ninth year of running to help fight AIDS and the need for your support is greater than ever. I am asking you to please help me reach my fundraising goals by becoming a sponsor for me at my fundraising site "http://www.yourcause.com/Schreurs" or by sending a check made out to "Whitman-Walker Clinic" to:
Fight Against AIDS
C/O Stephen Schreurs
Post Office Box 745
Olney, MD 20832
Goal = $5,300

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