Welcome to Doug Warf's Amazing Flag Football Page
I'm Playing Flag Football
I am joining my friends at Dixon Hughes Goodman to particpate in the Holt Brothers Foundation Flag Football Tournament. Why they added me to their team is still a mystery to everyone, but my goal is to raise money for the Holt Brothers Foundation and then survive AT LEAST five games of flag football this Saturday (could be as many as 7 games).
If I can raise at least $400 before Friday the 20th at 10pm, I will guarantee that
Now that I have raised way more than $400, I will either:
1) Catch Three Touchdown's during Saturday's Tournament
2) Shave my head after the tournament
Yes, I like a short haircut, but I don't love the shave (and Crystal borderline despises it). So, this is a sacrifice I am willing to make IF you make a financial contribution AND I don't contribute on the field. Sounds like a good deal right?
The Real Reason to Donate
The Holt Brothers Foundation is dedicated to supporting children who have a parent with cancer. The Foundation supports KidsCan!, a program that provides education, emotional support, peer empathy and inspiration during monthly group meetings. Working with Duke Cancer Institute, UNC REX Healthcare Cancer Center, Cone Health Cancer Center at Alamance Regional and Siteman Cancer Center, facilitators help kids understand the disease and deal with their emotions. The kids also benefit by knowing they are not alone. The Foundation also supports Camp Kesem, a sleep-away camp for children ages 6–16, all of whom have a parent with cancer. There are local chapters at NC State, Duke and UNC. (Camp Kesem is amazing and a past recipient of a grant from the Hurricanes Kids 'N Community Foundation grant.)
“I can’t help but think we could have been better kids if we had something like this growing up. And it would have made our mom feel better,” says Terrence. “All any parent wants for their child is for them to feel happiness and joy.”
Additional information is available on their website at http://www.holtbrothersfoundation.com.
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