Southborough, MA (PRWEB) March 21, 2015
Guardian Angel Motorsports (GAM) is launching their newest fundraising campaign called RALLY to initiate $250,000 worth of support from partners, givers and racing fans. With plans of 120,000 miles worth of racing events, over 50 products in merchandise, and gaining 100 partners, GAM intends to use the funds raised to aid children who are suffering from disability and illness.
The funds raised by RALLY will be delegated as follows:
$50,000 to help the not for profit school Learning Prep in West Newton, MA acquire 80 iPads as learning aids for kids that were failing in the public school systems.
$50,000 to kick off the GAM endowment fund allowing the organization to give more funds to families who need it.
$50,000 to The Cold Noses foundation to fund the rescue and training of stray dogs to become guide & therapy dogs for families & patients that can't afford them.
$100,000 to be donated in the form of GAM's signature individual grants to kids that are experiencing immediate health needs that impact quality of life.
“We’re not trying to change the world, just change the world for these kids,” states the founders of GAM, Bruce and Linda Ledoux. Their biggest effort to do this begins with Bruce heading to Germany in early March where he’ll race on the Grand Prix Nürburgring track and begin to raise funds through RALLY. For more information on RALLY or to get involved with GAM’s events, as well as fundraising efforts, visit: http://www.guardianangelmotorsports.com/rally
About Guardian Angel Motorsports: GAM is a nonprofit organization based out of Southborough, MA. It was founded by Bruce and Linda Ledoux who both have a son with a disorder that affects his brain development. Bruce used his wealth advisory skills to create GAM and begin raising awareness for his son, Colin, and other kids who have disabilities, diseases or challenges.