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Hit a homer for the Children’s Health Fund

Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Misc on Mar 14, 2008 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Johnny Damon is the captain of the Yankees Home Run Club for the Childen’s Health Fund. Don Mattingly started the club back in 1988. Basically, kind-hearted folks pledge a certain amount of money for each home run the Yankees hit this season. Or you can make a one-time gift.

Damon himself will donate money for every home run he hits.

For more information, follow this link. By joining, you can become eligible to win tickets to a game.

I’m certainly not going to tell you what charity to donate to. That’s your business. But if you have the means to contribute, giving money to help sick kids is certainly a worthwhile cause.

Johnny is a good dude who does a lot for CHF and the Wounded Warrior Project. The least we can do is pass along the information. You can donate on-line or over the telephone.




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