Collect 'loot' to help Southwest Georgia children

The Children's Miracle Network is recruiting "Change Bandits" to "rob" their family, friends and coworkers for donations

If you see people with canvas bags asking for you money, you aren't being robbed: You're being asked to donate

The Children's Miracle Network is looking for "Change Bandits" to help them kick off their 2011 Radiothon to raise money for sick and injured Southwest Georgia children.

"A Change Bandit is an individual or company or a department within a company or school program that gets together and 'robs.' They rob their coworkers, they rob their friends, family member and they rob this loot and it goes towards children's miracle network," says Amanda Smith with Children's Miracle Network in Southwest Georgia.

The volunteer that collects the most money will win a three-night trip to Orlando. The winner will be determined at the Change Bandit Bash on May 20 at Austin's Barbeque.

To become a Change Bandit and create your own fundraising page, visit the following link.

To learn more about the Albany chapter of the Children's Miracle Network and how you can help the cause, visit their facebook page.

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