February 21, 2014

J. Scott Stanley

SCI BC Ugle Ties Change Lives Campaign
Help SCI BC Change Lives March 10 to 14, 2104

Swap that ugly Christmas sweater for your ugliest tie(s) and join us in helping Spinal Cord Injury BC support people living with spinal cord injuries and related disabilities by participating in the 3rd annual Ugly Tie Campaign.

We meet many of our clients because they’ve come to us for legal help after suffering a spinal cord injury.  We’ve seen first hand the need for community-based resources to help people transition back to their lives after a life-changing injury. We believe it’s important to actively support organizations that do this work.  Spinal Cord Injury BC is one such organization.

Ugly Ties Change Lives is a key fundraising initiative for Spinal Cord Injury BC and all proceeds raised go towards helping SCI BC to improve the quality of life for  people living with spinal cord injuries and related disabilities throughout BC.


Let Those Ugly Ties see the Light of Day

So, during the week of March 10 to 14 our office will be participating in SCI BC’s Ugly Tie Campaign. This year SCI BC is taking the campaign province-wide and there are plans in the works to host an “Ugly Tie Affair” on Thursday, March 13, 2014 at the Electric Owl nightclub here in Vancouver.

For a complete toolkit on how to get your workplace involved take look at the Campaign Website. The website is packed with everything you need to run a successful campaign.

Don’t wear a tie?  Don’t own an ugly tie (or won’t admit it) but still want to help?

You can support the campaign by:

  • Donating silent online auction items or bidding on them.
  • Donating directly to the campaign.

We hope you’ll share your ugliest ties and join us in supporting an initiative the helps so many people province-wide.





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