THE RALLY FOUNDATION
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WHAT IS THE RALLY FOUNDATION?
Rally Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds specifically for childhood cancer research through nationally-coordinated grassroots fundraising initiatives. Proceeds support pediatric cancer research to find better treatments and cures for childhood cancers.
MONEY IN THE MITT CAMPAIGN
The foundation started the Money in the Mitt campaign, teaming up with Mizuno Brand Ambassador Athletes, baseball players and fans to hold fundraisers, including bubble gum blowing contests. Tom Glavine previously served as spokesperson for the campaign.
For more information and for fundraising ideas, visit the Rally Foundation web site.
On November 15, 2007 the Rally Foundation held their inaugural Benefit Bash with Glavine and other Mizuno athletes. The event, held at the Fox Theatre in downtown Atlanta, featured a silent and live auction, entertainment and a presentation about the Foundation. The evening raised more than $175,000 for childhood cancer research.
In February 2006, Glavine made a visit to the Georgia statehouse as he was honored in the Senate for his work on behalf of the Rally Foundation. Read the Senate Resolution about The Rally Foundation HERE.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Rally Foundation Web Site
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