JT Foxx Plans to Raise $1M at Mega Partnering VI For St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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Raising the Bar Set by Mega Partnering V's Historic $665K Fundraising Totals

J.T. Foxx

J.T. Foxx

The JT Foxx Organization raised a historic $665K for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the last Mega Partnering event, Mega Partnering V.

The funds for the venerated children's hospital were raised in only 37 minutes with the help of celebrity attendees Steve Wozniak, Bret Michaels, Dave Hester and Stedman Graham.

Another charity auction for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be held at Mega Partnering VI in Los Angeles on November 29-December 2. Event organizer, serial entrepreneur and one of the world’s leading coaches JT Foxx plans on raising $1M for the Eric Trump Foundation, benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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About Mega Partnering

Mega Partnering is committed to improving the state of the business world by engaging small businesses, real estate investors, internet marketers, and other leaders of society to shape partnerships and life-long relations.

Mega Partnering is an independent international organization JT Foxx created after watching a 60-Minutes episode about Davos, applying, and getting turned down when he tried to start his own business. Not willing to take rejection, JT Foxx decided to start his own opportunities for small businesses and called it “Mega Partnering”. The conference has since grown to include small entrepreneurs from all over the world, and raises money for charitable initiatives, keeping with the philosophy, “Learn, Earn, Return”.

Mega Partnering attendees have included Steve Wozniak, Rudy Giuliani, Gene Simmons, Bret Michaels, Kevin Harrington, former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, George Ross, Wayne Allyn Root, Stedman Graham and Bruce Buffer.

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