D3Corp Aims To Help Get Well Gabby Foundation

OCEAN CITY – D3Corp, an Ocean City-based web development, e-marketing and print firm, will take part in the Get Well Gabby Foundation’s Crazy Hat Day on Friday, Feb. 22.

Crazy Hat Day is an annual fundraiser that supports the Get Well Gabby Foundation, which was created locally to support children with cancer.

D3Corp employees have been encouraged to create and wear a crazy hat to work on Friday. Only employees who donate $1 to the Get Well Gabby Foundation will be permitted to wear a hat. The money collected from Hat Day participants will then be matched by D3Corp.

Additionally, D3Corp will post photos of their employees wearing crazy hats to their Facebook page on Friday morning. Facebook users will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite crazy hats by “liking” D3Corp employee photos on the D3Corp Facebook business page. All Facebook photo “likes” on Crazy Hat Day photos will raise money as well. One “like” is equal to $1 donation. D3Corp will monetarily match all “likes” and donate the proceeds (up to $2,000).

D3Corp encourages other local businesses to participate in Crazy Hat Day. The Get Well Gabby Foundation was created by an Ocean View, Del. family to honor their daughter, Gabby, who passed away from brain cancer in 2011. The Get Well Gabby Foundation raises both money and awareness for childhood cancer research and hopes to help find a cure for pediatric cancer.

To vote in D3Corp’s Crazy Hat Day contest and help raise money for the Get Well Gabby Foundation, visit the D3Corp Facebook page (www.facebook.com/d3corporation) and ‘like’ your favorite crazy hat on Friday, Feb. 22.

About The Author: Steven Green

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The writer has been with The Dispatch in various capacities since 1995, including serving as editor and publisher since 2004. His previous titles were managing editor, staff writer, sports editor, sales account manager and copy editor. Growing up in Salisbury before moving to Berlin, Green graduated from Worcester Preparatory School in 1993 and graduated from Loyola University Baltimore in 1997 with degrees in Communications (journalism concentration) and Political Science.