Help Lowcountry Orphan Relief Fund The 2018 Goals

Dated: 04/02/2018

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This spring's Dog & Duck Annual Charity Golf Tournament is your chance - our community's chance - to fund 3 of Lowcountry Orphan Relief's unbudgeted goals:

  • provide a Holiday Party for the children in foster care

  • fund an emergency stock pile of high need items like school uniforms and shoes

  • increase enrichment programs for kids in foster care - like trips to the aquarium, children's museum and other great spots around town

This grabs at our hearts - that even more basic human needs must take precedence as the budgeted needs of the organization.

So we'll be there - the whole of Flanagan Home Team - as a sponsor for the day and helping out with the tournament.

Won't you join us - as a fellow sponsor or as a team - to ensure that all of our local children have what they need and just a little bit more.

Thanks,

Greg

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Shout out to Dog & Duck for their ever-faithful efforts to support our local community!

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Greg Flanagan

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