Professor John Porter is a desperate man.
Desperate, that is, to support the CMRS Program in the guise of his alter ego (that's Latin, by the way):
the next little while, he will be joining others in rappelling off the top of the 22-story Carlton Tower in downtown Saskatoon on Sept. 12.
The people who do this, do so in costume, so you will not only get to see Prof. Porter jump off a building (a wish that has occurred to many) but will see him do so in the guise of CMRS MAN.
We need to raise a good deal of money for this to happen, but it's for a good cause, so dig deep!
Easter Seals Canada is a registered charity dedicated to serving children, youth and adults with disabilities, striving to ensure that no one is left behind. More than 100,000 Canadians and their families annually access programs and services provided by Easter Seals organizations across Canada.Help John Porter help Easter Seals and plummet in terrifying safety from a tall building. You can find the details at:
Its best known services are the Easter Seals camp programs. In 2008, 22 camps across Canada provided camp opportunities to more than 6,000 kids with disabilities. Since 1949, an estimated 160,000 children with disabilities have attended Easter Seals camps.
Please give generously.