You’ve landed here because someone paid to put you on the hot seat! There are two ways to “break free” 1) Is to ask around to some friends and family and invite them to give $200 toward the Harv-a-thon, 2) you’ll be free in 23 minutes either way.
In other words, you have 23 minutes to connect with folks in your life and break free by helping a great cause!
Thanks for being a good sport!
WAYS TO GIVE:
- Text or call some friends, tell them what is going on and give them this link to give in order for you break free.
- Friends can give online, through Facebook, Venmo or PayPal.
- The website is www.harvestministryteams.com/hotseat
- Tell your friends to let you know when they gave and once you hit the $200 mark, let out a shout and let us know you got it! (it may be difficult to tell which person has reached their goal through all the various websites:
Hi! This isn’t a scam, it’s really me, [name], and I’m attending a fundraising event tonight and someone paid to put me in the hot seat! I have to raise $200 in about 20 minutes in order to break free! Would you join me in supporting a good cause. If you can give, here’s the website: www.harvestministryteams.com/hotseat.
You can give online, through a Facebook Fundraiser, Venmo or PayPal.
Once you give (or determine how much you will give), send me a quick message back. I’m keeping my own total and as soon as I hit the goal, I’m free!
Of course, I could just pay my own way out, but thought it would be more fun to involve you!
The Harv-A-Thon is an annual event to help support the work of Harvest Ministry Teams, a 501 C3 Organization with a mission, since 1996, to GO OUT to sing, serve and share the love of Christ and to RAISE UP the next generation of ministry leaders and Christian disciples. Harvest Ministry Teams take young adults to serve in worship bands and ministry teams to camps, churches, outreach events, conferences and retreats. Tim Price, Director of Harvest Ministry, attended McKendree University in Lebanon, IL before receiving his M. Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY. He and his wife, Suzanne reside in Troy with their two teenage daughters, Ruby and Macy. Learn more at www.harvestministryteams.com.