Healthcare Innovator Using Halloween Spirit to Raise Money for a Worthy Cause
'ScholarScripts Spooktacular Costume Contest' fundraising for CFC one vote at a time
"The vision of the Spooktacular Halloween Costume Contest is not only a fun way to raise money for CFC and amazing survivors, it's also a way to give back to the community," says Mike Waterbury, RemedyOne's Founder and CEO. "This contest allows every participant an avenue to win a cash prize or scholarship for themselves while donating to a worthy cause."
The contest is simple; participants submit a photo of themselves or their furry friends wearing a costume to one of eight categories at www.gogophotocontest.com/
Each vote is $1 – with no limit on how many times someone can vote. Categories include Babies/Children, College Students, Teens/Adults, Furry Friends, Groups, Super Heroes, Will Ferrell Characters and Game of Thrones.
"We have high hopes for this campaign," says Greg Flores, Executive Director of Cancer for College. "Hitting ScholarScripts' fundraising goal will show just how caring and compassionate we can be as a society."
The campaign goal is to raise a minimum of $50,000 but anything is possible if you dream big with a positive attitude. The contest runs October 1 through November 4. For more information, including contest rules, visit www.gogophotocontest.com/
RemedyOne is a fast-growing healthcare industry change agent, focused on leveraging the experience of its healthcare professionals to improve outcomes for health plans, employers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, PBMs, and ultimately patients. For more information visit, www.remedy-one.com
ScholarScripts' mission is to create Remedies for Life by improving how charitable donations are channeled to people and organizations in need. For more information, visit www.scholarscripts.org.
About Cancer for College
Cancer for College was founded in 1993 by three-time cancer survivor and double amputee Craig Pollard. The charity provides hope and inspiration to cancer survivors by granting need based college scholarships and educational experiences. For more information or to donate, visit www.cancerforcollege.org.