I have noticed that the more you give, the more they ask for, regardless of the charitable organization. I am happy to do my part, but hiis is just over the top :o)
"The 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver are just nine months away (February 12-28) and I can't wait for you to join us in Canada!
The U.S. Olympic Committee's VIP donor program is designed to accommodate a variety of interests, contribution levels and time frames. You and your guests are provided with premiere accommodations, ground transportation and fantastic event tickets (we've selected ice hockey, skiing or snowboarding and figure skating to name a few). In addition, program participants access benefits available only to friends and family of the Olympic Movement, such as a tour of the USOC performance services area, receptions with guest athletes and USOC leadership, passes to the exclusive USA House and special apparel.
Come to the Games as part of our Olympic Friends and Family! Weekend getaways are priced at $50,000 per couple; four- and five-night stays are available at $150,000 for two persons and $300,000 for four. Package prices include a donation to the U.S. Olympic Committee to help us continue to serve America's Olympic and Paralympic athletes." [It better be a sizable contribution, WTF? :o)]