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Shop at Macy's and Raise Money for Osteosarcoma Research and Treatment

I know - two posts from me in two days!

MIB (Make it Better) is a 100% volunteer, 100% non profit, patient and caregiver formed group that helps make it better for kids with Osteosarcoma. This is the amazing organization that sponsored the FIRST EVER Osteosarcoma conference in February that my sister and I attended. It has led to a $100,000 grant to a pediatric oncologist for Osteosarcoma research and two possible new clinical trials that resulted from the conference. If you shop at Macy's, you can help Make it Better for our kids fighting Osteosarcoma. 

If you shop at Macy's, this is a win-win for you and all of our Osteo-Warriors! Just donating $5.00 earns you shopping passes at Macy's in August. 

MIB Agents, Macy's & CrowdRise

Shop For A Cause
Got Five Bucks?

MIB Agents and Macy's has teamed up with CrowdRise to host the Macy’s Shop for a Cause Charity Challenge – a friendly fundraising campaign for charities across the country. MIB is competing for up to $300,000 in cash prizes. Know what we could do with $300,000?  Kick some Osteosarcoma Butt!

How It Works
Starting NOW through Wednesday, August 9th at 1:59:59pm ET, the charity that raises the most online during the Challenge wins $100,000. ​ 

As a thank you for donating, you get an exclusive savings pass for Macy's during August 10th - August 13th.  The pass gives you:

*EXTRA 25% OFF select regular-priced, sale clothing, accessories & jewelry, exclusions and restrictions apply.
* EXTRA 20% OFF select regular-priced items & select sale home items, exclusions and restrictions apply.
* EXTRA 10% OFF* select regular-priced & sale electrics/electronics (in-store only), exclusions and restrictions apply.

 

Here is the link to donate and learn more. While you are there, watch the OsteoKids keep dancing video that was sent to the Ellen show last year. Sadly, several of the children in that video have lost their fight to Osteosarcoma. This is why we need new treatment options now and new clinical trials now!

Thank you for your support. Please feel free to share with your friends and family on social media or email. 

We love you!

Casey and Conner