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Old 09-15-2009, 12:24 PM
Reeks Reeks is offline
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Default ZombieWalk SF for charity?

Hello fellow undead.

I'm new to Zombie Walk, but was wondering if anyone has thought about doing a zombiewalk for charity? I've never done a charity run or walk, but this is really appealing to me. I love zombies and hate fund raisers. Since my kid's schools are so hammered by the economy right now, it occurred to me that these two seemingly separate ideas could merge and everyone could be happy. I'd be happy because I'd be walking through the city with blood all over me, and my kids would be happy because they'd get some funding for art and music.

Sooo... anyone interested in doing a Zombie Walk SF for charity? Maybe this could bring attention to the organization in a really good way.

Or am I completely missing the point of a zombie walk?

Cheers,
Reeks
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Old 02-09-2010, 02:56 PM
Bumshuffle Bumshuffle is offline
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I was actually thinking the same thing. I'm new to Zombie Walks as well, but I think it would be great if there was some sort of charity behind it, that way people aren't too turned off by it (i've been trying to rally people up at my school, but so far...no bites).
Even if it isn't for charity, I still want to do a zombie walk in the bay area. If you ever find anything, please tell me.
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