Proceeds benefit Big League Impact Foundation
Based on 238 strikeouts, each worth $21.47
My wife, Ashley, and I feel a strong responsibility to help end child sex trafficking through prevention in Detroit and Uganda
Every girl or boy that we help rescue represents freedom in a world where over 32 million humans currently live and work as slaves. While we cannot rescue all of them, we can do something to prevent slavery for the ones we can reach.
Last year we started our foundation, Kingdom Home, and began covering all living costs for 36 girls in Uganda. In 2019, through the incredible support of fans in Detroit and Lakeland, FL, we have nearly covered the overhead expenses for the girls and are beginning to set our sights on acquiring a piece of land and building them a new home. This will be a home where they can safely grow, learn, and prepare themselves to live a flourishing life free from the bondage and terror they faced in their previous villages.
This year, I am hoping that you will join me on this mission to turn every one of my strikeouts towards funding a van that can be used to safely transport the children to and from school and on outings.
Our mission in Uganda has already begun to flourish in 2019 and we also want to help children here in Detroit. Some of the proceeds from this campaign will stay in the Motor City as we look to work with organizations that are helping young victims of sex trafficking.
If you are passionate about this cause and want to help us raise funds, you can create your own campaign and share it with your friends. The top fundraiser by August 31st will receive two tickets to a Tigers game in September and I’ll host you on the field to personally thank you.
Ashley and I are grateful for all the help we can get — our hearts are constantly with these children who suffer, and with your support we know this season will be meaningful.
This campaign benefits
Helping meet basic human needs in an effort to restore dignity and hope to people in the local community and around the globe.
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