100 Hole Marathon
|Wednesday, July 23, 2014 6:54 AM- -|
100 Hole Marathon
Thanks for allowing me to take a day to write about something very important to me. I have joined a great cause and I need your help. On Tuesday, August 5, I am playing in the Ryan Harless Foundation 100 Golf Marathon. I am joining 19 other golfers to help raise money for the Ryan Harless Foundation and four local charities. The charities are: Clemson Community Care-A local food bank. Helping Hands of Clemson-A local emergency children's home. The Frazee Dream Center-A local center focused on leadership and helping underfunded children and Tanner's Totes-A local charity that helps support children with cancer. Last year we raised over $20,000 and every penny went to the local charities. The Ryan Harless Foundation is a recognized 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible.
Thanks for allowing me to take a day to write about something very important to me. I have joined a great cause and I need your help.
On Tuesday, August 5, I am playing in the Ryan Harless Foundation 100 Golf Marathon. I am joining 19 other golfers to help raise money for the Ryan Harless Foundation and four local charities. The charities are: Clemson Community Care-A local food bank. Helping Hands of Clemson-A local emergency children's home. The Frazee Dream Center-A local center focused on leadership and helping underfunded children and Tanner's Totes-A local charity that helps support children with cancer. Last year we raised over $20,000 and every penny went to the local charities.
The Ryan Harless Foundation is a recognized 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible.
I feel strong about these causes and know that your donation will go to help those in need in our community.
You can help by donating in my name. You can do so by giving a dollar a hole ($100), fifty cents a hole ($50), a quarter a hole ($25) or any amount you can give.
You can donate by credit card or paypal at the website www.ryanharlessfoundation.com. My name is on their page and you will see where to give in my name on their site.
Below is more information about the causes. Thanks again!
The Ryan Harless Foundation is set up to do two things. One is the goal of helping Ryan Harless in his recovery from an automobile accident. Also we will raise money to help support local charities in the upstate of South Carolina.
Our ten member board of directors ratified our by-laws that focused on three main items. First, the money raised for the foundation will stay local. Second, the money raised will go mainly to charities focusing on children and those that need help with the basics like food. Finally, none of the money will go to any individual. No one will be paid any compensation except those charities that need the assistance. Everyone involved is doing so as a volunteer.
On June 2, 2008, Ryan was a passenger in an automobile and suffered devastating injuries. He was given little chance to survive. Today, he continues to beat the odds.
Through prayer, Ryan's hard work and a great team supporting him, Ryan is progressing everyday.
A few years ago, Ryan volunteered at Clemson Community Care which provides food and other items to the needy in Clemson. It made a big impact on Ryan.
We are here to bring positive change and spread the word of perseverance and determination to as many people as we can. Ryan wants to help many people in our community get back on their feet. Our slogan is "Ryan is Back and Now He is Giving Back."
I want to thank you again for taking time to consider the foundation. Thanks to our board of directors, our sponsors, our volunteers and everyone for their help so far.
I wanted to leave you with the following letter Ryan wrote for our website.
Thank you for considering the Ryan Harless Foundation. I wanted to start this foundation for three reasons.
1. This community has given me so much. People have been so kind and their prayers have meant the world to me. I can never repay our community for how they have supported me.
2. There are so many people in our community that need help. Good people are having a difficult time by no fault of their own. There is a big need for so much assistance in our area.
3. It is my turn to give back.
Thanks again for your support of our foundation.
The Brad Hughes All-State Insurance Agency
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