Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/31/17
Strath Haven is hosting the 5th annual Play for the As event Saturday to battle Alzheimer’s Disease.
All funds raised will be fully used to support families in our local area who have been affected by this life-changing disease.
The event was created by Strath Haven coach Jew Hewlings, whose mother suffered the devastating and debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s for several years (she passed away in 2009). Hewlings’ hope is to somehow ease the burden of family caregivers of those who are diagnosed with this overwhelming disease, and your efforts leading up to and on event day WILL make a difference in the lives of these individuals and families.
The marquee game and finale is Strath Haven hosting top-ranked Malvern Prep, which also is nationally ranked.
This year’s expanded game schedule includes a full day of lacrosse at George King Field (home of the Strath Haven Panthers) in Wallingford, PA:April 1
8:30 am Haven Youth Lacrosse
10:00 am Harriton vs. Methacton (JV)
12:00 pm Harriton vs. Methacton (Var)
2:00 pm Marple Newtown vs. Abington (Var)
4:00 pm Radnor vs. Wissahickon (Var)
4:00 pm Strath Haven vs. Malvern Prep (JV) (Mesa Field)
6:00 pm Strath Haven vs. Malvern Prep (Var)
Please help us in our goal to actively support those affected by giving generously at http://tcfhelps.org/donate.html (choose “Play for the As” with your restricted donation).
Matching Gifts – Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. If your company offers a matching gift program that will match your gift to Taylor Community Foundation you may mail or email your completed matching gift form to: Taylor Community Foundation Attn: Matching Gifts P.O. Box 227 Ridley Park, PA 19078 info@TCFhelps.org
Your personal gift and matched contribution will be credited to the program that you designate. If your employer requires an Employer Identification Number (EIN) (i.e. Federal Tax Identification Number), please use 23-2354770. If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact Taylor Community Foundation at info@TCFhelps.org.
Currently, more than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and countless others have changed their lives drastically in order to care for these individuals. We truly appreciate your support in our quest to affect the path of this disease! With your help and financial commitment, we WILL win this battle.