Archive for the ‘Charity’ Category
On Saturday November 5th, Chicago Force will be supporting Fair Game’s Extra Life campaign, as they game for 24 hours straight to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. So save the date. More details coming soon.
On Saturday, November 21st, we gathered at the home of Mark Franklin to make ornaments for the tree trim. Supplies included paint, brushes and a lot of newspaper.
On Sunday, November 22nd, it was time to trim the tree at Brookfield Zoo.
Thanks to our Fan Table at C2E2, Chicago Force raised $255 for the Cystic Fibrous Foundation.
Here is photos from the presentation:
Chicago Force was proud to have a table in the Fan Village this year at C2E2. Three of it’s members traveled to McCormick Place to set up the table, here’s some pics:
If you are attending C2E2, make sure to stop by our Fan Table in the Fan Village S100A to enter our Life-Sized Yoda Contest. Yes, you could take home some fabulous prizes, including this:
All proceeds will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Look for more details soon on this and more exciting announcements. And don’t forget, we will be discussing Kenobi on Saturday and Dark Empire on Sunday.
The excitement continues here at CF Central! We are proud to announce that Chicago Force will now be raising money for the Greater Illinois Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis foundation. More info on this organization can be found on their website.
Looks like the Bulls hit a nerve at LFL. When we arrived at the United Center, we were told that even though 20th Century had approved the CharitaBULLS screening, LFL had not, and that they had sent a Cease & Desist order to the Bulls hit idea on having the charity screening.
The staff for the Bulls was incredibly nice to us and the costumers spent a couple of hours before the game, walking the corridor and talking to everyone who would listen, taking pictures with people, etc. It was, as predicted, a huge hit. If we had been able to sell tickets, we probably could have sold out both showings and started working on a third. They allowed us to watch the game from a press box at the top of the stadium, and many people stayed around for the entire game.
So it looks like as long as LFL has the Bulls hit with this block, we can’t do anything towards the charity screening. The Bulls said they would fight it, so stay tuned for updates.