Bowties and Baseball: Help EGPAF get to the Major Leagues
By Katie Cunningham | October 9, 2013
October is finally here -- the changing leaves, pumpkin coffee, pumpkin pies – all herald the start of fall in the United States and, most importantly, October baseball!
In the waning weeks of summer, baseball fans across the nation root for their favorite teams as they make a run for the World Series. Here in Washington, D.C. where the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is headquartered our Washington Nationals may be done for the season, but EGPAF still has a shot to participate in the major leagues and we need your help!
EGPAF partners with the fashionable charity, BowTie Cause, which is holding a contest to decide which charity’s bowtie FOX Sports broadcaster Ken Rosenthal will rock on air during the Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series and the American League Championship Series.
Help us build awareness for our global HIV/AIDS work by voting for EGPAF in the BowTie Challenge. Simply visit BowTie Cause on Facebook and LIKE the EGPAF BowTie. It's that easy.
The BowTie Challenge runs until this Thursday, October 10 at 5 p.m. EST. We could really use your votes – so “like” our BowTie here and tune in to the MLB World Series on Fox to see if the EGPAF bowtie makes it to the World Series!
The EGPAF bowtie is inspired by Ariel Glaser’s vision of hope for children everywhere. You too can rock your own EGPAF bowtie, on sale here.
Katie Cunningham is the manager of strategic partnerships at EGPAF, based in Washington, D.C.