Custom Shelter Dinner for 6 (est. value $600); 450$ Tanya from Rockridge Coating
2 Nights at Tin Wis (est. value $330); $200 Jim Olsen
Long Beach Golf Course Day of Golf For 2 (est. value 200); $ 100 Cam Dennison
Cedar Heron from Remote Passages (est. value $85); Bard @ District of Ukee $45
Pacific Elements Yoga Pass (est. value $85); 70$ Leah Austin
Bid by emailing email@example.com, calling (250) 725 4411 during the radioathon.
I'm so happy to be doing this again, we helped raised a few thousand dollars and had a great turnout from the community, looks like we're already on a great pace for this year's radio-athon. This year the radioathon will take place on Dec. 11th. At the bottom of the blog you will find some of the interviews from last year's radio-athon that we will be using throughout the day, many of them courtesy of John DeVries. Thanks, John
There are so many local businesses already involved and I'd like to mention them all the best I can, I'm also posting items that are up for auction, all proceeds will go straight to the Pacific Rim Hospice Society. If you wish to bid, email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (250) 725 4411 during the radioathon. Bids can also be made by commenting on the blog below, just enter your name and email (or phone number if you prefer) as well as your bid (and the item you are bidding for).
Finally, during the radioathon you can come down to the radio station to bid or donate, here's a small map. X marks the spot, we're in the last door, on the ground floor of the big blue ice plant.
Donations and bids in Ukee can be made at Reflecting Spirit Gallery til 3 the Ukee CO-OP between 3 and 6 on December 11th.
This Weekend Norah House Retreat in Ukee is having a moving sale and 1/2 the proceeds to hospice. Visit them up the road from the Number 1 Market in Ucluelet
Water's Edge Resort at Pacific Rim in Ucluelet donated 2 nights’ accommodation as an incentive. No auction neccessary, just be the first in Ukee to donate $250 on Dec. 11th
The Best Western Tin Wis Resort has offered up 2 nights at their beautiful beachfront resort. Retail value in excess of $300. The Tin Wis also donated to the Pacific Rim Hospice Society Recently through a great program at the Calm Waters Dining Room.
Shelter Restaurant has offered a custom dinner for 6 with wine pairings all local seasonal food prepared by chef extraordinaire Joel Aubie.
Remote Passages Marine Excursions has offered up a few items, first a beautiful cedar art piece for auction, details are here. They are also working out details of vouchers for whale watches and such... more details as I get them. Remote was generous last year as well, thanks. Here's a pic of the cedar art piece.
The Long Beach Golf Course will provide a day of golf for 2, including power cart, club rentals, green fees and lunch, worth about $200... thanks Gibby for that as well as a generous cash donation. Starting Bid $75 goes to Carlo Marks.
The Ucluelet CO-OP is raffling off a bicycle and collecting donations a their checkouts, they are also providing a venue for donors to visit during the radio-athon on Dec. 11th.
Tofino's CO-OP gave the hospice a generous gift card which will be very useful in covering operating costs.
Here's a nice incentive to give to Hospice, lunch for two including beverage and dessert from Café Vincente.
The first $125 dollar donation will get you a first time visit with Naturopathic Doctor Jeannie Doig.
Cougar Annie's Garden tour from Ocean Outfitters with companion book!! Come have a look at the radio station.
Kathleen Peace, a stained glass artist in Bamfield has offered a certificate for one of her pieces, here is a sample. Go here for more information on Kathleen's art.
Tofino Photography has donated some beautiful prints to be use to coax a little more out of donors. Thanks Wayne for your repeated generosity to the cause. If you're looking for great, uniquely Tofitian photos you can reach Wayne at email@example.com
These are the photos in question. The small scale does them little justice. You'll be able to catch up with Wayne and a ton of his photos at the up-coming Christmas Crafts Fair in Tofino.
More art comes pouring in. These pieces are from Marla Thirsk and will be used as gifts for donors, you can contact Marla at http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Chocolate Tofino will have chocolate goodies and vouchers for tasty hot chocolate elixirs to encourage donors.
The Tofino Tea Bar is offering up a tin of quality tea to encourage donors.
Long Beach Surf Shop will have rental vouchers for donors as well as a generous cash donation of $500 with a challenge to the other surf shops to match.
You heard about the Project Monster Package, here it is, donate $100 in Tofino and it's all yours Print, T shirts and cards.
Sea Wench has stepped up with a wealth of products that will make you want to come down and give just because they smell so good, and will make great stocking stuffers.
Pacific Elements Yoga has donated a yoga pass. Worth around $80.
Two 18 hole rounds at the Fairwinds Golf Club in Nanaimo valued at $160
5 certificates for movie rental from Groovy Movie
In addition a cash donation already Breaker's Deli is raffling off live Christmas trees with proceeds going to support the Hospice as they have for some time now.
Common Loaf is donating 20 certificates for a loaf of peasant bread to be given to people donating $10 or more.
The Wickaninnish Inn has a voucher for brunch for 2 in their scenic Pointe Restaurant that they have offered. Thank You.
Signy gave 2 certificates for either a Lomi Lomi massage or Eden Energy Medicine session
$350 from Creative Salmon!
Individuals have already come forward with cash donations and we are on track to make this an amazing success again this year... I'll keep updating this entry with bids and other items... Please tune in on Dec 11th for interviews, live entertainment and information about the Pacific Rim Hospice Society.
Interview with Kim Hoag of the Pacific Rim Hospice Society;
Therese Bouchard, veteran hospice volunteer;
Thanks for listening, Geoff