Thursday, May 13, 2010

Rappel for Kidneys!

Baltimore's new Legg Mason Tower in Harbor East development stands at 360.5 feet from ground to roof. On Saturday, June 19, up to 80 people will have the opportunity to scale its glass facade - from the 23rd to the 4th floor balcony - all in the name of kidneys. Rappellers must raise $1000 to rappel, and all proceeds go straight to the National Kidney Foundation, benefiting the 1 in 9 adults in our country who suffer from kidney disease. Yes, $1000 is a lot of money - but think about it: you know 100 people. So just get each of them to donate $10 to the cause, and you're set.

this is it- so high you can't see the top

For this, you'll get the glory of bouncing down the side of one Baltimore's newest buildings perched on the edge of the Inner Harbor with magnificent views of the entire city. It's over the edge for a good cause - do you dare? For more information, visit http://www.kidneymd.org/news/rappelforkidneyhealth.html

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