Gift for a Coach? Check this out!

It’s the End of the Season – Give the Gift that Helps Kick Kids’ Cancer

End-of-Season Gifts Your Coach Really Wants!
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It’s time to pick an end-of-season gift for your coach. This year, make the gift special. Make a donation to Coaches Curing Kids’ Cancer. They’ll send you a great gift – a t-shirt, hat, or whistle – to present your coach along with a personalized certificate. Your donation will go to cutting edge pediatric cancer research.

I can’t think of a better gift for the coach that has everything!  According to Lee Corso, honoray chairman of Curing Kids’ Cancer, Coaches Curing Kids’ Cancer is a great way to honor your coach and to raise money for childhood cancer research. I fell in love with this program the moment I heard about it.

You can make a real difference in helping fund new treatments for childhood cancer. I’m urging youth sports teams all over the nation to join us in our quest to cure childhood cancer.  Your coach will love you for your generosity!

Childhood cancer research is in desperate need of funding. Just think what an impact we could make if every youth sports team in America participated.

As a coach – and a grandfather – I can’t think of a better way to help kids and honor coaches.

College football is a huge part of my life. I’m fortunate enough to be able to make a living talking about a game I love. But the battle on the gridiron pales in comparison to the battle going on in children’s hospitals around the nation. We must come together to defeat childhood cancer.

Join with me. Together we will create the winning team!

Mark my words: Coaches Curing Kids’ Cancer is going to be huge!”

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2 Responses to “Gift for a Coach? Check this out!”

  1. Mark Says:

    Excellent program.

    It is wonderful to see people helping others in unfortunate circumstances. I’ll gladly support this!

  2. Woodstock Says:

    Very nice program. Me too…I will support this team. Let’s help children live with cancer.

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