01 Feb Sparrow Newsletter: February 2022
|Celebrate the month of LOVE with TRF!|
This February, be TRF’s Valentine! Help send a special Valentine’s Day snail mail package to TRF kids and their families to brighten their day.
TRF supporters can download Valentine’s Day cards and fill the card with messages of love and encouragement, digitally or physically. Don’t forget to sign your name, too!
Email the finished e-cards to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 7 or send your physical cards to the TRF office at 823 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Suite 220 Las Vegas, NV 89101 by February 3. Learn more about this at trf.org/valentinesday.
|Support TRF in style with brand new swag!|
|Support TRF in style with brand-new exclusive merch, including TRF-branded baseball hats with an embroidered logo in purple or white, crewneck sweatshirts and t-shirts with TRF-embroidered logo, silver metal necklaces featuring the new TRF logo and adult-sized ombré face masks with adjustable nose insert and adjustable over-the-ear straps.|
Available beginning TODAY at shop.trf.org/collections/trf-merch.
|See Imagine Dragons in concert while supporting TRF|
|Do you have your tickets to see Imagine Dragons live in concert at their Mercury Tour beginning February 6? If you haven’t purchased them yet, don’t miss out on the Ultimate Imagine Dragons Fan Experience, where a portion of all package proceeds go directly to support TRF. Learn more at vipnation.com/tour/mercury-tour.|
|Pawkey Dogs donate funds in honor of Ovie the Bulldog|
|In honor of Ovie the Bulldog, TRF Ambassador Pawkey Dogs, Bark-André Furry and Deke Henri Furry, stopped by the TRF office to present the funds raised from Ovie t-shirts sales and donations made in his honor. Thank you to our Pawkey Dogs for all their hard work to support TRF. Ovie, you will be missed!|
|Soaring Hawk Elementary School students raise funds for TRF through acts of service|
|TRF Ambassador Chase Harris, a student at Soaring Hawk Elementary and a cancer warrior himself, wanted to make a difference in the lives of other families coping with a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Chase helped put together a piggy bank change drive at his school, asking fellow students to earn money with acts of service. Getting creative with their fundraising, the students of Soaring Hawk Elementary raised a whopping $8,027 for TRF families!|