What a blessing! We were blown away by the donation amount The Houston Chivers and Scotty's Pub raised.
Houston, Tx (PRWEB) August 12, 2014
The Houston Chivers proudly announced totals over $22,500 raised at their Bona Fide Meetup and Costume Battle benefiting the Jamie's Hope Foundation on May 24th. Scotty’s Pub at 10943 Scarsdale Blvd hosted a Bill Murray themed costume party, raffle and silent auction that was one for the record books! Chivers came from near and far to celebrate and support Jamie’s Hope in their mission to fund targeted therapy research at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center while supporting the Houston community and helping those directly affected by cancer.
As the Fireball was flowing, Chivers bid on a wealth of items donated by local businesses and artists. The Houston Rockets' Power Dancers were on hand to pose with the Chivers and sign autographs. Monster Energy Drink provided guests with all the energy needed to dance the night away. The raffle, silent auction, and t-shirt sales were a huge hit, bringing in a record-breaking $22,500 in total for the event.
Playing major roles in the success of the event were Houston Chivers administrators Jennifer Matte and Stephanie Fluharty, with supervisors Shawn Demaree, Beau Frederic, Dan Grant and Mike Standley leading a team of dedicated volunteers. Houston Chivers can be found on Facebook, Twitter (@HoustonChivers) and Instagram (@HoustonChivers).
"What a blessing! We were blown away by the donation amount The Houston Chivers and Scotty's Pub raised." Jamie Gilmore, founder of Jamie's Hope. ‘Without such support, Jamie's Hope wouldn't be able to make the impact it does today. We can't thank you all enough!"
Jamie’s Hope is a non-profit organization established to accelerate ground-breaking targeted therapy research at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The Jamie’s Hope team works year-round to produce top-notch fundraising events while participating in and producing events for other charitable causes. Jamie’s Hope currently produces three annual events; Masquerade for a Cure, Golf Tournament for a Cure, and the Angel Tree Mission Project with many additional events and programs scheduled to begin implementation in 2015. Not only do the members of Jamie's Hope voluntarily and enthusiastically donate their time, expertise and sheer hard work to raise funds for Targeted Therapy research, they also help aid families who are financially devastated due to battling cancer. For more information on the foundation or how to get involved, please contact Executive Director, Amanda Abiassi, at Amanda@JamiesHope.org or (281) 705-9505.