Pledge to Quarterback SACK - support kids and Tech at the same t

Pledge to Quarterback SACK - support kids and Tech at the same time

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Fans are asked to log on to www.PledgeSackWin.com to pledge for Quarterback S.A.C.K. Then, each time the Red Raiders continue to sack an opposing quarterback this season, your generous pledges will help sick or injured children and their families. Pledges may be for as little as one dollar or a one-time donation can be made as well. “What really matters is the help that these families receive from our Quarterback S.A.C.K. promotion,” said Dina Jeffries, President & CEO. “It’s a great opportunity for fans to have fun supporting Texas Tech Football and our families of sick children at the same time.” Keeping families close during their child’s serious illness or injury. RMHC is a non-profit charity whose programs serve 68 counties of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico. 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. For more information please visit: www.RMHCsouthwest.com

Quarterback S.A.C.K. is our largest annual fundraising promotion and we have partnered with Texas Tech football for 16 seasons now! How Quarterback S.A.C.K. works is we ask fans to visit www.pledgesackwin.com to make a pledge per sack or they can make a one-time donation. Then, each time the Red Raiders sack an opposing quarterback this season, your pledges will help sick or injured children and their families. Win or lose this season your donation truly helps to support families dealing with the uncertainties of having a hospitalized child.

If you pledge per sack you will be billed at the end of Texas Tech Football season and for no more than 25 sacks.

Ronald McDonald House Charities is a “home away from home” for families that have a sick or injured child being treated in the hospital.

For some families, the stay may be only one night, but for many the Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms become their “home away from home” for weeks or months at a time.

Unexpected illness or injury of a child can have a significant emotional and financial impact on an entire family. The services we provide, such as: lodging, meals, shuttle services, and more to alleviate huge financial burdens for our families so their focus can be on the well-being of their child.

Contributions of any kind stay local and support families of this area.

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

So, Get In the Game this season and join Ronald McDonald House Charities in assisting families of sick children. No contribution is ever too small!

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