Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Local Travel Planner part of MDA Lock Up - Krenz Travel

Hello All,

I'm proud to tell you that I'm being locked up...that's right, I'm going behind bars to help Jerry's Kids© and MDA. To be released on good behavior I have to raise bail and I need your help!

All you have to do is
click here to make a secure, online donation before 9/28/11. Your donation will help families living in our community and help guarantee me an early release. Your donations will go directly to a person in need, a person living in your community.
MDA serves people in our community with neuromuscular disease by providing clinics, support groups, assistance with the purchase and repairs of wheelchairs, leg braces and communication devices, along with sending kids to summer camp. MDA also funds research grants to find treatments and cures for some 43 neuromuscular diseases that affect people of all ages, right here in our community.
We all know these are difficult times and it is tough to make ends meet but remember "tough times never last, tough people do."
Here’s what your dollars will buy:
$30 Flu Shot
$74 One minute of research
$100 One support group session
$300 One clinic visit
$500 Repair of a wheelchair or leg braces
$800 Sends one child to MDA Summer Camp

Many hands make light work so, please help me get released from jail by sending a donation made payable to MDA or give me a call. I sincerely hope that you’ll take the opportunity to support this wonderful cause; our help is their hope for the future!
Together we'll make a difference, 

Leslie Krenzelak
Travel Planner
P: (800)362-6516 ext 2010
F: (239)214-2640
 P.S. I'm counting on you, click here to donate or go to https://www.joinmda.org/sfmlu2011/leslie


  1. This is retarded... You're not really being locked up. I support the cause, however you should go about this a different way.

  2. This is a fundraising program of MDA where people are asked to participate in the mock lock up. MDA has been doing this for a long time and the above person agreed to participate in their program.