Donate to My Toy Drive & Win a Trip to the Set of THE FIXER!

First a quick word of thanks to all of you who have joined Jon’s Kick Ass Wicked Pissah Holiday Toy Drive for Kids ( It’s great to see so many of you out there already and we’re only one day into this…

As you know, every dollar counts in this season of economic hardship. I don’t want a single child to go without the joy of receiving a gift this year and I’m serious about raising as much money as humanly possible.

So here’s the poop: for every dollar you donate through the group page – whether through Paypal or by mail – you get one chance to win a trip to the set of THE FIXER, the new TV series my buddy Jaime and I are producing through our company New Ronin Productions. So, kick in $10 bucks and you get ten chances. $25 gets you 25 chances and so on. (People who have already donated are automatically entered to win…)

You don’t have to be a US citizen. We’ll fly you in from anywhere and you’ll get to visit the set of THE FIXER. We’ll put you up in one of Boston’s best hotels and you’ll get to have dinner with the cast and crew. We’ll make sure to load you down with tons of swag from the set as well, including a copy of the script of the episode we’re filming at the time signed by everyone on the cast. You will have a helluva fun time.

So take a moment and donate. You can Paypal your donation direct to me at or mail it to me at the following address:

222 Causeway Street
Medfield, MA 02052 USA

Make checks payable to me since this isn’t something too formal, just my annual drive to try and help out.

I’d also appreciate it if you could help spread the word about what I’m doing. Tell your friends and get them to join us. The more people involved, the better. And with a shot at winning a trip to visit the set of THE FIXER, it just makes it all the better.

Thanks for your time and generosity!

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  • Macgyver December 13, 2008  

    Sent a bit so far and more is on the way, probably next Friday at this point. If I win I’m working though, no point in being a spectator on a set and it would drive me slightly nuts

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