Congratulations KNTR Prizewinner!

We have a winner for the Kids Need to Read Drawing! Congratulations to Browncoat Meghan Harrod from Aurora, Colorado! Kids Need to Read has generously agreed to donate $1000 of books to a school or other worthy organization in Meghan’s honor. KNTR and Meghan will work together to choose a worthy recipient. We’d like to extend our thanks to Kids Need to Read for their generosity! Also thank you to everybody who signed up for the CSTS Broadwaves! Together we can keep working for the cause in the future.

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Last Chance for Auction Goodies!

Can't Stop the Serenity 2010 is coming to a close, but there's still once last chance for you to support Equality Now and win fantastic prizes! We're auctioning off a whole host of amazing prizes, generously donated by our wonderful global sponsors. We'd love you to spread the signal to those in the black, so please tell your friends, fellow Whedon fans and anyone who'll listen. Click here to check out the array of goodies on offer! And while you're here, why not check out our promo video, featuring Eliza Dusku, Summer Glau and Dichen Lachman signing one of the prizes....

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Can’t Stop the Serenity features in this month’s SFX Magazine Whedon Special

This month's issue of SFX Magazine is focused entirely on Joss Whedon, the Whedonverse and the fandom he has inspired. In addition to exclusive interviews, episode reviews, in-depth reviews of the comics and other jossy goodness is an article on the Whedonverse fandom. Some of our wonderful volunteers were interviewed by SFX Magazine at CSTS San Diego in July - The One True BiX (CSTS Founder), Jen Cummings (Global Steering Committee Chair) and CSTS Organisers James Riley and Michael Doherty. Thank you to everyone at SFX Magazine for shining a light on our little fan charity enterprise. Grab your copy this week from local retailers or order online!

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Become part of the 2011 Global Team – Applications Now Open!

It's time to start planning next year's exciting CSTS season of events, and to do that, we need you! Do you have some energy to give, some skills to share and a desire to make Can't Stop the Serenity 2011 the best season yet? Know someone else who does? Please help us to spread the signal far and wide, and help us build a fantastic team for 2011! The Can’t Stop the Serenity Global Team help local organizers run successful fundraising events by coordinating and facilitating things at a global level. The team consists of 11 volunteers who generously offer their time, skills and energy. APPLICATION PROCESS Click here to read about the Application Process Applications close on 3 October 2010.

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Win big by joining CSTS Broadwaves!

The CSTS Broadwaves are a great way to keep up with what’s happening with Can’t Stop the Serenity. We’d love to see more people informed about what’s going on with CSTS, and Kids Need to Read has generously agreed to help us hold a competition for Broadwave subscribers. On September 30, we’re going to have a drawing from our list of Broadwave subscribers. Kids Need to Read will donate $1000 worth of books in the winner’s name to a deserving school library or qualified charity organization, like a local chapter of a Boys and Girls Club. The winner will also get a $100 Visa gift card if he or she lives in the United States, or $100 for Amazon or iTunes if the winner lives in another country. Last year the winner and Kids Need to Read decided to donate the books to Girls Incorporated of Omaha. To find out more about that awesome donation, click here, and to learn more about Kids Need to Read, go to their website, www.kidsneedtoread.org. If you already subscribe to the Broadwaves, then you’re already entered in the drawing! If not, click Continue Reading...

Want to steer CSTS to a bright and successful 2011 season?

Nominations are now open to head up next year's Can't Stop the Serenity Global Team! If you've previously run or worked on your city's CSTS event, and have an interest in being considered for the Global Organizer position for next year's events, please read the following information and send in your application documents by September 5.

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