How We Help

Results through Fall, 2014:

Almost $340,000 raised in just 5 short seasons and that’s just the beginning!

A special heartfelt thanks to all our loyal supporters especially the many Administrators, Athletic Directors, Music Directors, Coaches, Players, Musicians, Parents and Fans who share our vision and passion for helping people in need through sports and music.

Here’s just some of the ways your collective efforts and contributions have positively impacted people’s lives:

  • Granted a last wish travel request to the Navy Seal Museum to a 92 year old WWII Veteran honored for his D-Day heroics
  • Provided airfare and hotel accommodations for a stage 4 cancer patient, her husband and twin boys so she could receive a clinical experimental trial at the M.D. Anderson cancer center in Houston, TX
  • Helped raise funds for a bionic exoskeleton for Shawn Harrington, a Marshall High School basketball player who was paralyzed 2 years ago protecting his daughter from gang gunfire
  • Secured a gym membership, personal trainer and rehabilitation equipment for a paraplegic Veteran of the Iraqi conflict
  • Enabled transportation for troops to reunite with their families and see their newborn babies
  • Refurbished a VA hospital wing destroyed in a fire and provided new flat screen TV’s and entertainment equipment for in-patient veterans
  • Donated portable basketball hoops to military units
  • Provided memorial quilts/blankets to Gold Star Families in honor of their fallen at Cantigny Memorial
  • Donated sports equipment and holiday gifts to families of servicemen and servicewomen
  • Provided mortgage assistance to avoid foreclosures, paid for utility bills to avoid shut-off and provided work-assistance tools and resources that resulted in gainful employment for over 12 Veterans
  • Work with Veterans Affairs, Dept of Employment Security, Joining Forces and other state/local organizations for Veteran assistance
  • Co-sponsored the American Hero Music Festival to honor 3 fallen soldiers and their families in Beaver Dam Wisconsin
  • Supported cancer patients to make their treatment/recovery as comfortable as possible as well as organizations focused on patient/family comfort and a cure