Prongies on the Move - move the most to donate!
Month after month, High Country News brings us tales of wonder from around the West. Now’s our chance to give back a little. A generous alumnus threw down $10,000 as a match challenge to the rest of the veterans of the internship program. Former interns and their friends are banding into small herds and competing to see who can pull together the biggest heap of matching funds.
Team "Prongies on the Move" is made up of past intern Emilene Ostlind and a group of diligent HCN readers from the square state – Joslin Heyward, Alyssa Wechsler, Leah Yandow, Sara Domek and Claire Lukens – who are working together to raise some cash for the internship fund. Each of us is asking all of our friends, foes and family members to make a contribution to the campaign. This June, as the culmination of our fundraising effort, we’ll be making the long-distance migration to join the rest of the teams in the so-called Paonia summer range for an intern reunion and a climb up nearby Mt. Lamborn. The team that raises the most funds and the team to reach the mountain summit first win prizes!
Helping out is easy. Donate to "Prongies on the Move" and
you’ll not only be ensuring that intrepid journalism continues to range across the West, but you’ll
also be entered in a drawing to win some great prizes!
(The Prongies came in second place, getting 33 total donations, and winning CamelBak hydration day packs. Thanks Prongies!)