Thursday, November 21, 2013

Provide Christmas to a child with a serious illness

As you can tell, I've not been keeping up with the Dawgs in the Pro's lately.  This is due to a non-profit my family and I started earlier this year.  We started the West Georgia Elves and our mission is to help families of children with serious illnesses.  We have taken 31 children from all over middle and north Georgia to provide Christmas gifts to them.

We undertook this due to the staggering cost these families incur taking care of their children.  Due to this there are not enough discretionary funds to provide Christmas gifts to these children.  The strength and courage of these children is so amazing and heart warming.

Help a fellow Dawg out and visit our website,  Look it over and if you are able, "Elf" a child and provide for their Christmas.  If you're not able to Elf a child, and you're financially able to donate we will purchase and supply the gifts for them.  Regardless if you're able to help us out, one thing you can do is help us get the word out.  We have 10 children remaining to be provided for.  I know there are enough Dawg fans to take care of these wonderful children.

We're a 501(c)(3) organization, making your donation tax deductible to the extent of the law.  Also, 100% of all funds go to a family in need.  The board of directors pays all costs to maintain and grow the organization.

As we cheer our Dawgs on against Kentucky, take a few minutes and check us out.


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