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Become a CUP Fundraising Champion!

Become a CUP Fundraising Champion!

 

This year, we're asking our community to help us raise money for a summer Urban Investigation on NYPD conspiracy laws. Join our campaign team today and support high school students investigating NYPD conspiracy laws. 

What is this campaign?

CUP is raising $15,000 to undertake a summer youth project with 15 students from the amazing Red Hook Community Justice Center.

How can I participate?

We need CUP Champions to help us reach our goal by committing to asking 10 or more of your contacts (these can be anyone – your friends, family, co-workers, dentist (it worked for one of our board members!) to give at least $10 during the two week campaign.

When will it happen?

The campaign will run from June 20 to July 4 and the program will take place at Red Hook Community Justice Center in July and August.

How do I get started?

You can give directly to our campaign here. If you are interested in being a Champion or need more information, email leigh@welcometocup.org or call 718-596-7721.You can personalize the page with your photograph and why you are participating. CUP and GiveGab will send you more information on how to set up your page and emails and messaging you can share with your friends.

You can also sign-up to participate in other ways, including committing to sharing our campaign on social media and helping us reach out to our Team Leaders.

Become one of CUP’s Champions and help us make this campaign a huge success today!

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