Dabo’s All In Ball raises record amount


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Dabo and Kathleen speaking to the audience. (Photos courtesy Dabo’s All in Team Foundation)

On Friday April 8th, Dabo’s All in Team Foundation teamed with Blue Ridge Security Solutions to host the All in Ball at the Clemson Football Indoor Facility. A record $700,000 after expenses was raised.

Nationally recognized sports talk host Mark “Packman” Packer served as the “Masters of Ceremonies”. Greenville’s own nationally recognized recording artist Edwin McCain provided music entertainment. Football coaching legend Mack Brown provided the keynote address.

The funds will go to support the foundation’s four focus areas; Breast Cancer Prevention and Research, Family Effect, Clemson’s Call Me Mister Program, and the Life Programs. In addition, the Foundation awards grants based on need and fit within the mission statement and focus areas.

Since the Foundation’s inception in 2009, it will have distributed over $2.25 Million to its focus areas and grant programs by the end of 2016.

Coach Swinney, “This year’s event far exceeded Kathleen and my expectations. We are so blessed and grateful for all our sponsors, attendees, and volunteers support. In the end, it impacts a lot of people who need help in our community. It shows what happens when we together are All In!”

More information on Dabo’s All in Team Foundation can be found at www.dabosallinteam.com.

Record crowd enjoyed the evening
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