Log-a-Load for Kids 2018


Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, October 18, 2018

On August 18 & 19, 2018, BioApplied participated in the Log-a-Load for Kids charity lob ball tournament in support of the Children’s Miracle Network and the IWK Children’s Hospital. The tournament was held in Caledonia, Queen’s County, Nova Scotia and featured a number of teams and ball players from local resource industries.

While it wasn’t a winning year on the field for the BioApplied Bombers (posting a 1 win/3 loss record), it certainly was for the event which raised over $25,000 during the weekend tournament, bringing total funds raised since the tournament’s inception in 2005 to over $230,000.

BioApplied was successful however in fundraising, generating over $2000 for Log-a-Load to win the ‘Top Team Fundraising Award’. “This is an incredible cause, and we were overwhelmed by the efforts of our teammates and their supporters in collecting and contributing pledges. We had a great time and are already looking forward next year.” said Rod Badcock, Principal Partner at BioApplied who is also a member of the volunteer organizing commmittee who manage the tournament.

About Log-a-Load for Kids

Log A Load For Kids Canada is a national giving campaign through which loggers and other forest industry people donate the value of a load of logs, or any amount raised through fundraising events, to local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN)-affiliated hospital foundations. One hundred percent of all contributions go to local CMN Canada hospital foundations.

The Log-a-Load for Kids Ball Tournament, held annually in Caledonia, Queens Co., Nova Scotia has raised over $230,000 since its launch in 2005.

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