Be A Rappeller
"You're gonna do WHAT?" Get used to that ... and a little respect.
On May 19th you have an opportunity to participate in the most unique fundraising event offered to the Rochester community in many years. For a donation of $1,000 or more, either as a single contribution or in total pledges collected, you can rappel down the side of the First Federal Plaza in downtown Rochester, NY. You don't need any special training. Experts in this type of rappelling will conduct the event with very stringent safety regulations.
To get started, click on the link below and follow the forms. Fundraising is administrated by GreaterGiving. Once you’ve finished the brief registration process, you’ll be provided with a personal page and info to share and send to others to request their support.
Safety is Our TOP Priority
This event is directed and overseen by Over The Edge. Every Over The Edge event is set up as an industrial worksite and as a result is compliant with all federal and state OSHA Fall Protection Standards and OSHA Federal and State Laws. Further to this, our policies and procedures adhere to the best practices identified by IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association). This association is a strict regulatory body that has regimented guidelines and safety protocols that far exceed the OSHA, Workers' Compensation and state labor codes. For more information, go to http://www.overtheedgeusa.com
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When you support the 21 Stories for Scouts, you help us bring Scouting's character and leadership development programs to under-served youth in the greater Rochester and Finger Lakes communities. Your support helps provide professional and volunteer leadership and promotional opportunities to ensure quality programs to develop future leaders. The more than 10,500 youth of the Seneca Waterways Council thank you for your generous support.
For more information on 21 Stories for Scouts, or about Scouting's mission locally, contact:
Tony Vogl, Director of Development