Two ways to support Project Medishare this weekend
By Jennifer Browning
This weekend there are two great events Project Medishare supporters can choose to attend in order to help us continue our earthquake relief efforts.
5th Annual Celebrity Amputee Golf Classic, May 20-21
This two-day event begins Thursday, May 20th at the Shake-A-Leg Miami offices at 7 p.m. for a Pairings Party and charity auction. On Friday, May 21st, golfers enjoy a continental breakfast at 8 a.m. before hitting the links at Crandon Park Golf Club in Key Biscayne. Golfers finish off the day with lunch and award presentations.
This year’s event will split revenue equally between Project Medishare for Haiti, Inc. and Shake-a-Leg Miami. Funding received by Project Medishare will go toward the Haitian Amputee Rehabilitation Program, which is treating over 1700 people in Haiti who lost a limb due to the devastating earthquake in January this year. Shake-A-Leg Miami has developed a vocational program for injured service members coming back from Iraq or Afghanistan with physical, developmental, and economic challenges. The program works toward liberating them from a realm of imagination into the realm of experience by means of innovative sailing and water sports education and recreational programming.
So far the following celebrities have confirmed to play in the event: Andre Berto, NABF Welterweight Champion; Kordell Steward, NFL; Pat Jablonski, NHL; Brian Bradley, NHL; Dennis Rasmussen, MLB; Robert Smith, NFL: Malik Yoba, Actor; Scott McGarrahan, NFL; Bobby Taylor, NHL: Fred McGriff, MLB: Darren Puppa, NHL: Jason Romano, MLB: Ken Amato, NFL: Shawn Wooden, NFL: Edson Berto, MMA:
Sponsorships are available from $25,000 to $500
$250 per golfer
$150 per additional guest at VIP Pairings Party
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Phone: (954) 864-2478
Golfers can register for this event online at Celebrity Amputee Golf website here.
Rock for Haiti, Saturday, May 22
7-9 p.m. Byron Carlyle Theater, 500 71st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33141
Please join us for a special night of music and entertainment, Rock for Haiti, to raise money to outfit two surplus emergency medical vehicles the Miami Beach Mayor and Commission is donating to a Port-au-Prince Hospital through Project Medishare.
Conceptualized by Miami Beach Commissioner Ed Tobin, the evening will include Dungeon Records Recording artist Jetstream, Jan Sebon and Bemol Telfort as well representatives from Project Medishare talking about our continued work on the ground in Haiti.
Please join us for this wonderful evening. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com. General Admission $10; VIP Reception $100.