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In the midst of the cold, drab days of winter is a festive event that is filled with joy, fun and jingle bells. The event takes place in a number of locations across the U.S. and everyone is welcome to participate. Welcome to the Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run/Walk!

Would you like to tie on some jingle bells and join more than 100,000 others in the fun? Go to http://www.arthritis.org/jingle-bell-run.php to find an event in your area.

It is no secret that I support the Arthritis Foundation as a volunteer in a variety of ways. It is one of the ways I can do my part to help more than 50 million people in the U.S. who suffer from the affects of arthritis (including my wife).

Would you like to support me this holiday season?

I will be participating at the Richmond Jingle Bell Run/Walk on December 1, 2012. Please make a donation of $10 or more to the Arthritis Foundation at my fundraising page to help me help others: http://jinglebellrunrichmond.kintera.org/rogercarr

Thank you in advance for helping me reach my goal. You are making a difference. Click on the link below and make your online donation.

http://jinglebellrunrichmond.kintera.org/rogercarr

Thanks,

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12 Responses so far.

  1. It says it costs a little to bring a smile on someone’s face. A jingle walk is indeed a great way to support a cause. Good luck for the endeavor. Thanks.

  2. Jingle walk sounds really good. It is always great to do a little bit. Thanks for the share.

  3. I’m 27 and I still can’t understand the pain that’s caused by arthritis. But I think this jingle walk is so much fun than working out! Can young adults join as well?

  4. It’s about staying health and pain-free for the holidays! I love the idea of a walk for a cause. A healthy cause by the way.

  5. You;re a blogger after my own heart. I’d definitely donate some for the charity walk because that means that more arthritic people will be alleviated of their pain.

  6. StaceyNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for this wonderful and noteworthy post Roger. I’ll be sure to donate my share for the charity. Arthritis is such a pain in the neck, especially these nippy, cold season.

  7. SandraNo Gravatar says:

    It’s time to jingle your step to the Christmas beat! I’m looking forward to join the walk for a cause. i may not have arthritis but it feels really good to help.

  8. CalraNo Gravatar says:

    Yes I’d be willing to support the Jingle Walk cause! thank you so much for sharing this one. It’s like a treat for people who suffer from the problem and an advanced Christmas gift for them.

  9. This sounds great, Roger. This is a great cause you are supporting. Thanks for the share.

  10. christinaNo Gravatar says:

    It’s about staying health and pain-free for the holidays! I love the idea of a walk for a cause. A healthy cause by the way.

  11. Good article! It is a great cause you are supporting. Thanks for sharing.


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