Come join in the excitement in Downtown Regina on August 25th as Jaymie Heidt rappels down Hill Tower II in the 2012 Easter Seals™ Drop Zone. Dressed as a superhero, Jaymie will put her fears aside to raise funds to help send kids to Camp Easter Seal in Watrous, SK.
Jaymie says, "please consider supporting this fantastic cause that helps families and individuals with varying abilities. I have been privileged enough to meet many of the individuals who will benefit from your donation in person, and am truly blown away by their personalities, spirit, accomplishments, and attitudes!! They are true inspirations! Camp Easter Seals, located at the beautiful Manitou Beach, is a fantastic place where children and adults alike gather for a true outdoors experience, with many activities including but not limited to camp outs under the stars, crafts, fully wheelchair accessible playground, swimming pools, pontoon boat, sing alongs, bonfires, concerts, and more! Please donate generously to this worthy cause, and help send more kids to camp".
Easter Seal camp provides lifetime experiences for many Canadian youth living with disabilities. Programming revolves around developing the child’s independence, confidence and social skills as many campers will leave the comfort and safety of their home for the first time when heading off to an Easter Seals camp. From sledge hockey to sailing, high ropes courses to swimming it is thanks to the generosity of corporate partners like CENTURY 21 Canada that enables Easter Seals the ability to provide the highest quality of experience for all of the young people it supports, at no cost to the participant. All the money raised through the event stays in Saskatchewan.
Since 1996, CENTURY 21 has raised over ONE MILLION DOLLARS for Easter Seals™ Saskatchewan. We raise funds throughout the year by holding 50/50 draws at our weekly business meetings, bake sales, steak nights, golf tournaments, and participating in the drop zone.