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bottle cap drive ends with $1,800 raised for cf researchbottle cap drive ends with $1,800 raised for cf researchbottle cap drive ends with $1,800 raised for cf research

by:ER Bottle     2020-01-08
Two boys bring together their top collection of cylinders to raise money for cystic fibrosis research, and they will close the campaign on Saturday.
Daniel Pellizzari, 10, and Matthew Tirabassi, 8, collected nearly a ton of steel caps.
Initially, they thought they would raise $120 for cystic fibrosis in Canada, but the local basement, garage and attic were filled with caps and two large cash gifts, they will be able to donate more than $1,800.
\"Everyone I spoke to mentioned this;
\"It\'s just an amazing story,\" said Daniel\'s father, Dennis Bailey Ali . \".
Daniel began collecting hats.
Mostly from beer bottles.
About four years ago, to set a world record.
He gathered about 363 kilograms.
However, when he heard of similar efforts by Matthew to raise research funds for diseases he has been fighting for years, his goals have changed.
Cystic degeneration is a genetic and fatal disease.
Matthew collected about 136 kilograms in 18 months before contacting Daniel.
With the help of family and friends, the boys assembled about 500 kilograms in total.
Moving at about 22 cents per kilogram (
11 cents per pound)
Worth about $120.
Subsequently, as local residents hear this effort and rush to add their collections, the total number of calls and emails has doubled.
Along the way, an unidentified Ancaster resident linked to the scrap metal industry offered $1,000, while a commercial operator in the city center offered $500. Then Brampton-
Based on Triple M Metal LP intervention, 17 cents per pound for boys
About $340 per ton.
On Saturday morning, the metal will be turned over in the courtyard of three-meter Hamilton, 670 strathian Avenue.
Cystic fiber SIS in northern Burlington Street, Canada, says CF is the most common fatal genetic disease affecting children and young people in Canada.
It affects the lungs and accumulates thick mucus in the lungs, causing breathing difficulties.
It also leads to the accumulation of mucus and protein in the digestive tract, making it difficult to absorb nutrients from food.
The CF event will receive another push from McMaster University\'s annual Shinerama event scheduled for Saturday. 7.
By then, 800 students will raise money through shiny shoes and collecting bottles.
Sarnold @ thespeccom 905-526-
3496 | @ arnoldatespectwo boys bring together their collection of cylinder tops to raise funds for the Study of cystic fibrosis, which will limit their activities on Saturday.
Daniel Pellizzari, 10, and Matthew Tirabassi, 8, collected nearly a ton of steel caps.
Initially, they thought they would raise $120 for cystic fibrosis in Canada, but the local basement, garage and attic were filled with caps and two large cash gifts, they will be able to donate more than $1,800.
\"Everyone I spoke to mentioned this;
\"It\'s just an amazing story,\" said Daniel\'s father, Dennis Bailey Ali . \".
Daniel began collecting hats.
Mostly from beer bottles.
About four years ago, to set a world record.
He gathered about 363 kilograms.
However, when he heard of similar efforts by Matthew to raise research funds for diseases he has been fighting for years, his goals have changed.
Cystic degeneration is a genetic and fatal disease.
Matthew collected about 136 kilograms in 18 months before contacting Daniel.
With the help of family and friends, the boys assembled about 500 kilograms in total.
Moving at about 22 cents per kilogram (
11 cents per pound)
Worth about $120.
Subsequently, as local residents hear this effort and rush to add their collections, the total number of calls and emails has doubled.
Along the way, an unidentified Ancaster resident linked to the scrap metal industry offered $1,000, while a commercial operator in the city center offered $500. Then Brampton-
Based on Triple M Metal LP intervention, 17 cents per pound for boys
About $340 per ton.
On Saturday morning, the metal will be turned over in the courtyard of three-meter Hamilton, 670 strathian Avenue.
Cystic fiber SIS in northern Burlington Street, Canada, says CF is the most common fatal genetic disease affecting children and young people in Canada.
It affects the lungs and accumulates thick mucus in the lungs, causing breathing difficulties.
It also leads to the accumulation of mucus and protein in the digestive tract, making it difficult to absorb nutrients from food.
The CF event will receive another push from McMaster University\'s annual Shinerama event scheduled for Saturday. 7.
By then, 800 students will raise money through shiny shoes and collecting bottles.
Sarnold @ thespeccom 905-526-
3496 | @ arnoldatespectwo boys bring together their collection of cylinder tops to raise funds for the Study of cystic fibrosis, which will limit their activities on Saturday.
Daniel Pellizzari, 10, and Matthew Tirabassi, 8, collected nearly a ton of steel caps.
Initially, they thought they would raise $120 for cystic fibrosis in Canada, but the local basement, garage and attic were filled with caps and two large cash gifts, they will be able to donate more than $1,800.
\"Everyone I spoke to mentioned this;
\"It\'s just an amazing story,\" said Daniel\'s father, Dennis Bailey Ali . \".
Daniel began collecting hats.
Mostly from beer bottles.
About four years ago, to set a world record.
He gathered about 363 kilograms.
However, when he heard of similar efforts by Matthew to raise research funds for diseases he has been fighting for years, his goals have changed.
Cystic degeneration is a genetic and fatal disease.
Matthew collected about 136 kilograms in 18 months before contacting Daniel.
With the help of family and friends, the boys assembled about 500 kilograms in total.
Moving at about 22 cents per kilogram (
11 cents per pound)
Worth about $120.
Subsequently, as local residents hear this effort and rush to add their collections, the total number of calls and emails has doubled.
Along the way, an unidentified Ancaster resident linked to the scrap metal industry offered $1,000, while a commercial operator in the city center offered $500. Then Brampton-
Based on Triple M Metal LP intervention, 17 cents per pound for boys
About $340 per ton.
On Saturday morning, the metal will be turned over in the courtyard of three-meter Hamilton, 670 strathian Avenue.
Cystic fiber SIS in northern Burlington Street, Canada, says CF is the most common fatal genetic disease affecting children and young people in Canada.
It affects the lungs and accumulates thick mucus in the lungs, causing breathing difficulties.
It also leads to the accumulation of mucus and protein in the digestive tract, making it difficult to absorb nutrients from food.
The CF event will receive another push from McMaster University\'s annual Shinerama event scheduled for Saturday. 7.
By then, 800 students will raise money through shiny shoes and collecting bottles.
Sarnold @ thespeccom 905-526-
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