Let's help setup for the Saving Tiny Hearts Society 10th Anniversary Gala

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Hi gents,

Our next Gay Guys Do event will focus on helping set up for the annual Saving Tiny Hearts Gala, an event to raise money to fund life-saving scientific research that determines cures for and finds hidden causes of Congenital Heart Defects.

What We'll Be Doing

Setting up for the event that occurs that evening, including:

• Set up auction tables

• Decorate (no doubt, something we're great at)

• Assist with last minute misc. tasks

Event Location

Ritz Carlton
160 E. Pearson, Chicago, IL 60611

After the Event

We'll walk over to Jake Melnick's Corner Tap at 41 E. Superior St. Chicago for a drink or two and whatever's good on the menu. Bring cash if you can as often our group is large and cash is way easer for the wait staff to separate.

IMPORTANT – IMPORTANT – IMPORTANT

This is once again a co-op with OneBrick. That means you will MUST RSVP for this event on the OneBrick website AND here on Gay Guys Do. STARTING on September 23, go to http://onebrick.org/node/2223883 and register for this event. You can’t do it before 23rd. You may have to register for a OneBrick account in order to RSVP, if you haven’t already done it – it takes 30 seconds.

About The Tiny Hearts Society:

The Saving tiny Hearts Society's mission is to raise money for grossly under-funded, crucial, life-saving research of congenital heart defects (CHD), America's #1 birth defect. Nearly 1 of every 125 babies born in America each year is affected by a Congenital Heart Defect. The Saving tiny Hearts Society is the only organization in the country that was formed for the sole purpose of raising funds for congenital heart defect research with 100% of general donations going directly to funding this research. There are no paid employees and they are run entirely by dedicated volunteers. Their website is www.savingtinyhearts.org (http://www.savingtinyhearts.org/)

Last word:

Obviously, this is an important event and RSVPs YES require a commitment. They will depend on how many people we commit. Please, if you aren't 100% sure youc an commit, do NOT RSVP yes for this event.

Questions:

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Cheers,
Guy