Charitable News: Winged Wheel Podcast posts ‘Money on the Board’ initiative

This is pretty cool, per the Winged Wheel Podcast:

We’re excited to announce (in partnership with @iyer_prashanth) a new campaign in benefit of the @JDanielsFund for the new season:

๐Ÿ™ WINGS MONEY ON THE BOARD ๐Ÿ™

Keep reading to find out how it works, or check out this post on our site! โคต๏ธ #WingsMotB https://t.co/qZaRdzzQO6 pic.twitter.com/BaWt9YsWadโ€” Winged Wheel Podcast (@WingedWheelPod) October 14, 2021

As the new Detroit Red Wings season begins, make a pledge (or many) based on certain players, the whole team, or whatever you want!

ex. $1 for every Larkin goal, $0.50 for every point in the standings, $5 for every Nedeljkovic win; etc. Get as creative as you’d like! #WingsMotBโ€” Winged Wheel Podcast (@WingedWheelPod) October 14, 2021

After you make your pledge, reply or QT us to tell everyone what you’re pledging (if you want), and use #WingsMotB!

At the end of the season, we’ll add up the pledges & remind you to donate. Once you do, you’ll be eligible to receive awesome giveaways and some big prizes…โ€” Winged Wheel Podcast (@WingedWheelPod) October 14, 2021

Those who enter #WingsMotB will be eligible to receive giveaways like WWP stickers, swag packs, shirts, merch, & other fun stuff! You’ll also be entered into big giveaways for jerseys, memorabilia, meet & greets, & more.

We’ll also be doing one-off events, so stay tuned on that.โ€” Winged Wheel Podcast (@WingedWheelPod) October 14, 2021

So, to get started, visit https://t.co/qZaRdzzQO6, click the link to go to the pledge form, & make your first pledge today!#WingsMotBโ€” Winged Wheel Podcast (@WingedWheelPod) October 14, 2021

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George Malik

My name is George Malik, and I'm the Malik Report's editor/blogger/poster. I have been blogging about the Red Wings since 2006, when MLive hired me to work their SlapShots blog, and I joined Kukla's Korner in 2011 as The Malik Report. I'm starting The Malik Report as a stand-alone site, hoping that having my readers fund the website is indeed the way to go to build a better community and create better content.