Posts Tagged ‘community support’

Join Doteasy in the Oscars For Heart Pool & Build a Healthy Community

January 11th, 2013

Do you consider yourself a movie buff? Can’t wait for the Academy Awards? Want to support a healthier community? If you answered YES to any of these questions, here’s your chance to participate in a guessing game for a good cause.

We’re honoured to enter another year as the web hosting sponsor of OscarsForHeart.com. Oscars for Heart is an Oscars Pool which allows you to put your prediction-making prowess towards making a difference. 100% of proceeds go toward the Heart and Stroke Foundation, whose mission is to save lives through eliminating heart disease and stroke.

To participate, simply make a minimum donation of $20, submit your picks, and get your friends involved! On the big day, stay updated with Oscar news all night through their site and Facebook Page.

Last year they exceeded their fundraising goal of $5,000, managing to raise $7,350 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. This coming year, let’s work together to help them achieve their goal to raise $20,000.

So what’s it going to be? Life of Pi for Best Picture? Jennifer Lawrence for Best Actress in Silver Linings Playbook? Don’t let us sway you- go to OscarsForHeart.com and get ready to win those bragging rights and take part in building a healthy and informed community.

Doteasy regularly aims to play a large role to build up our community. If you are a representative of a charitable organization and are looking for hosting support for your non-profit organization website, please contact us by email at marketing@doteasy.com. We will review your application and contact you directly.

Fundraiser for ORBIS Canada

May 20th, 2011

We did it last year, and we do it again in 2011, with a better RECORD!!

On May 14, 2011, Doteasy participated in the ORBIS Pull for Sight 2011. We formed a team of 25 people to pull a 757 cargo airplane! We did it in less than 5 seconds!! BRAVO!!

ORBIS Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to prevent and treat blindness, first introduced Pull for Sight to Vancouver in 2010.  We joined the event in both years. In 2011, there were total 21 teams in total and we raised over $30,000 for the blind and visually impaired children throughout the developing world!

Thanks for all of our staffs and family members who participated and contributed to this fundraiser (manpower-wise and/or money-wise). You guys made this event memorable!

To learn more about ORBIS Canada’s mission and visions, please visit their official website.