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WIIM's Charity Challenge

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As the Detroit Red Wings prepare for another NHL season, we at Winging It In Motown thought it would be fun to organize a charity challenge. A number of our writers are participating and we would love for you to as well!

How It Works:

Each person will select a Red Wings skater. For each point that player scores, you will pledge to donate a specific amount of money. For example, let's say you selected Tomas Tatar and you want to donate $1 per point. If Tatar scored 65 points, at the end of the season you would donate $65 to the charity. More than one person can sign up for a player and you can pledge to donate as little or as much as you want! If the player you selected gets injured or traded, just email me at piyer97@gmail.com if you would like to switch players for the remainder of the season. The charity that we have selected is the Zetterberg Foundation which has worked to give back to the impoverished, locally in the city of Detroit as well as across the globe.

If you are interested in joining us, please fill out the Google Form below. At the end of the season we will contact you via the email address you provide with the amount that you have pledged to donate based on the number of points the skater scored and the amount you listed on the form. Tweet us at @wingingitmotown with a screenshot of you donating and I will select a random winner who will receive an authentic Red Wings' jersey of your choosing! Note: only those that donated a total of $25 or more will be eligible to be selected for the Red Wings' jersey!

Entry Form