Hamilton Township Students Need Your Help!

During the 2010 Komen Columbus Race for the Cure, Hamilton Township High School Students stood out with their enthusiasm, support and sheer numbers. The team easily won the school team challenge (for the fourth year in a row!) with a record 816 people, provided nearly 200 students to help with Race-day activities and coordinated a dance at the Survivor Ceremony for the more than 1,000 survivors in attendance. Under the leadership of Mathematics Department Chair Carole Morbitzer, students at every level get involved with Race-related activities and serve as a model for all high schools in Central Ohio.

Hamilton Township Students lined up before the Race began to make room for the Survivor Trolleys.

Now they need your help! Organizers at Hamilton Township have applied for a TrueHero grant. The money from the grant will be used to help pay for students’ registration fees for the 2011 Race for the Cure.  All of the money will go to the Columbus Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The awards will be granted to the community service projects receiving the most eligible votes from the general public during the current school year. Please take a minute to vote for Hamilton Township and help them receive a True Hero grant.

Click “Vote” and you will receive this message: “Thanks for voting, but your vote cannot be tallied until you confirm your vote. You should receive an email shortly with a link that can be used to validate your vote.”

 Make sure you validate your vote by clicking on the link in the email that you receive.

Hamilton Township Volunteers show their Pink Pride.