Ronald McDonald House Charities kick off Quarterback S.A.C.K. pr

Ronald McDonald House Charities kick off Quarterback S.A.C.K. program

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

For the 16th season, Texas Tech Football and Ronald McDonald House Charities are again partnering for the Quarterback S.A.C.K. promotion to raise money and awareness in supporting critically ill children.

RMHC is a non-profit charity whose programs serve 68 counties of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico.

Fans are asked to log on to the RMHC Southwest website to pledge for Quarterback S.A.C.K. Then, each time the Red Raiders sack an opposing quarterback this season, their generous pledges will help sick or injured children and their families. Pledges may be for as little as $1.

Contributions stay local and continue to support families of our area. Over 80% of our income is generated by donations.

No family is ever turned away for inability to pay and may stay for as long as it takes for their child to heal.

Information courtesy of RMHC.

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