Linda is a hundred miles off the coast of California, headed south to Panama, but her thoughts today are with TEAMability, one of her favorite non-profits. Today, TEAMability is participating in The Big Give S.A., 24-hours of online giving.
Please take 10 minutes to donate today (May 3) to TEAMability and help them reach their goal of $5,000!
How to donate
- Donate online today (May 3) by midnight. As little as $10 makes a difference.
- Put “Linda’s Amazing Journey” in the comment section.
- Spread the word. Share the Facebook post or forward this email and the link to a friend.
Although I won’t be able to participate next week while I am racing on ClipperTelemed+ down the West Coast, I would love it if you could all take some time on Tuesday May 3rd to donate to one of my FAVORITE San Antonio charities, TEAMability. On May 3rd, tens of thousands are going to show their support for their favorite nonprofit during San Antonio’s Big Give.
The Big Give is 24 hours of ONLINE giving and it’s your chance to make a real difference to a charity that is dear to me.
If you believe in the worth of every child, no matter how disabled, then you will love TEAMability. And by showing your love through the Big Give S.A. you will help sustain this amazing organization, which gives hope and opportunity to the community’s most fragile children.
Sailing across the Pacific this past month has been a real challenge for me though it is nothing compared to the challenges these children face daily.
Thank you all from the bottom of my heart!!
About The Big Give
The Big Give S.A. is a 24-hour day of giving that takes place from midnight to midnight on May 3, 2016 to support non-profits in the San Antonio area. The Big Give S.A. is part of Give Local America , a national day of giving where more than 100 communities across the country are coming together on May 3. #GiveLocal
The Clipper Round the World fleet is currently off the coast of central California, heading south from Seattle to Panama, then to New York City. This leg will hopefully be a bit more pleasant than last month’s crossing of the northern Pacific from China to Seattle.
Check out the real-time map of the fleet to see how Linda’s ClipperTelemed+ is doing – they’re the little green boat on the map.
Linda says “Thanks!”