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Kim and I are proud to support three fine charities; McNamee Scholars Program, Fisher House and Partners in Health. Please read the blurbs below about these wonderful organizations and consider supporting them also!

McNamee Scholars Program

OK, I'm a little biased on this one. The McNamee Scholars Program was started by my parents to provide the opportunity for capable students in urban Philadelphia to enjoy the benefits of a great high school (and then college) education. These kids are limited only by the limited resources available to them, and MSP aims to level the playing field for these deserving individuals. Not only do they get to attend fantastic schools, but they are provided with continuous mentoring to ensure their success. 100% of funds donated goes to pay for the education of these scholars. There is no paid staff, and the Board of Directors personally assumes all costs of running the organization. More information can be found on their website. Here's a video I produced that gives a great overview of the program;





Fisher House

The Fisher House provides free housing to families of injured service members so they can be with their family members at the hospital. For those injured in Iraq or Afghanistan, this means that family members can fly to Germany and stay at a Fisher House to be close to their family member. Once they are transferred to the United States, there's a Fisher House for them there too. And there's even a Fisher House at Fort Lewis. Donations can be sent to;

Jodi Land
9999 Wilson Avenue
Fort Lewis, WA 98433
(253) 964-9283

More information about the Fisher House can be found on their website.

Partners in Health

Partners in Health forms strong partnerships with poor communities to combat disease and poverty. They do this in a manner that is real and sustainable, so the community is not forever dependent on PIH for assistance. The PIH Mission is "whatever it takes" and that's exactly what this no-nonsense group does. Visit their website to find out how you can help!