Last year our Lauren Dibble shared with us all the fun she had at the first ever Boston Children’s Museum Adult/Man-Child take over.
Do you not have kids of your own? Did you miss the fun last year? Want to check out the bubble exhibit? Check out this awesome deal on Gilt City for a ticket to the 100th Anniversary Party at the Boston Children’s Museum.
- Party starts at 9pm on Saturday, October 5, 2013
- Ticket sales close October 4, 2013 on Gilt… there are no ticket sales on the day of the event
- Must be 21+ with valid government ID to redeem
- Cash bar available
Something very cool happened yesterday.
gave tried to give blood with one of my coworkers in Andover, and it was so busy that they had to turn away walk-in donations.
I think it is awesome that the Boston-Strong-Pride has extended to Greater Boston and people are not forgetting to continuously do their part. As Dan noted before: thanks to the overwhelming response in the last [days], the Red Cross reports that their current supplies here in Boston are sufficient, but have also noted that “donations historically drop as the summer months approach, so now would be a great time to schedule a donation to help ensure there is enough blood available this summer.”
So here is my story…
What happens when Architecture students and charity collide?
You get a wicked cool T-Shirt design for an awesome cause… although might say I am a slighty biased because two of my students were members of the team who designed this sweet logo…I’ll let you be the judge…
I could not be prouder of these Wentworth students, who told News @ WIT, they set a goal of selling 40 shirts to result in a $260 donation to the OneFund.
They blew that goal out of the park… not by 100 shirts, not by 200, but as of this post, 3489 shirts!!
The money raised, from their awesome shirts, thus far totals over $20,000 going directly into the hands of the people directly affected by the April 15th tragedy.
ONLY ONE MORE DAY to get your shirt here and help double their dontation!!!
The five students behind the project are Dan Sussman, BMET ’16, Zach Cariveau, BMET ’16, Patrick Christan, BSA ’16, Jon Silva, BSA ’16, and Austin Speer, BMET ’16.
From 6:00-9:00, tonight and tomorrow, head to one of WeLoveBeantown’s favorite Dives We-Hate-to-Love, Hong Kong, for some fantastic karaoke and Boston Love.
Hong Kong’s resident Karaoke King will be selling BostonStrong and #BelieveInBoston bracelets for only $3. All proceeds from the bracelet sales will be donated to the OneFund!
Remember we are all One Boston, and this is just another way to support those affected by the tragic events of the marathon bombings.
If you can’t make it to Hong Kong tonight, here are ways you can donate directly to the OneFund:
To donate via paypal: https://onefundboston.org/
To send a check by mail: One Fund Boston, Inc. 800 Boylston Street #990009 Boston, MA 02199
To donate via text (AT&T customers): Text BOSTON to 80108 to give $10. The donation will be charged on your monthly AT&T bill.
Social Boston Sports is hosting an extremely unusual Pub Crawl along the Historic Freedom Trail this Saturday.
SBS will be donating 100% of the profits collected from the Freedom Pub Crawl to the One Fund set up by Mayor Menino, and Governor Patrick. Pretty awesome right? Continue reading