Skydive for ALS in Georgia - To benefit the ALS Guardian Angels Foundation

$33,170

 

332% Raised of$10,000 Goal

Skydive for ALS in Georgia - To benefit the ALS Guardian Angels Foundation Photo
Skydive for ALS in Georgia - To benefit the ALS Guardian Angels Foundation Photo
Skydive for ALS in Georgia - To benefit the ALS Guardian Angels Foundation Photo

The Story

EVENT DATE: Oct 27, 2012

FUNDRAISER SET UP DEADLINE: Oct 27, 2012

Wings for Warriors!  Operation angel drop is set to commence!  

When: 10/27/12 - 10:00AM - Sunset, followed by an afterparty that will likely go LATE =)  

Where: Skydive Atlanta
2333 Delray Road  Thomaston, GA 30286
 
Contact info:  
Lisa Jones Wyhlidko - ALS Guardian Angels
916-397-4190 -- Email: Equipment4alsga@live.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alsspidermonkey  Twitter: @Lisa_ALSGA
 
 
Check back here often, as I'll be adding to and editing this information very regularly.

THANK YOU to ALL for your support!

WHAT WE'RE DOING

On October, 27 2012 at Skydive Atlanta in Thomaston, GA, we will be jumping out of perfectly good airplanes to raise funds to help pALS in need and "Find hope at 14,000 feet." We will be making this a special tribute to Veterans with ALS (vALS) as well as all warriors battling ALS. Veterans are roughly 60% more likely to receive an ALS diagnosis than those who have never served.

This year the price is $200.00 this will include your jump, a catered meal, lots of FUN, and your AWESOME t-shirt (See the photo section here for views of the front and back of the shirt design).

***Please keep in mind that the $200 amount just covers fees (skydive fees charged by the venue and printing fees for the shirts, etc.) involved, so please fundraise to help support the foundation =)

 

Jumping Not Your Thing: It's still going to be a PARTY! Bring the kids, bring your friends...Bring complete strangers!

 

Fundraise to support the jumper of your choice, or recruit a jumper (that's always fun).

 

We will also have

- Music

- Lots of great BBQ by Papa WIllies

- A bounce house for the kids

- Helicopter rides (for a fee/donation that will allow those too scared to jump to still have a thrilling experience and contribute.  

 

To Those Who are not familiar with ALS: ALS is a Motor Neuron Disease that affects a persons muscles eventually leaving them paralyzed unable to eat, breathe, or talk. There is no cure. The average life expectancy of an ALS patient is only 2-5 years.

 

Why Guardian Angels? While we are impatiently awaiting a cure, our PALS need help. ALS is a financially devastating disease. Most are not able to come up with the money for copay's on wheelchairs, breathing apparatuses, and proper beds much less power bills, gas bills, or mortgages to stay in their homes. This is why we chose Guardian Angels. Stu (president, founder, and chief donor) is a one man wrecking crew on the hardships of ALS patients. When no one else can help, Stu saves the day every single time. Pouring everything he has out to make PALS lives better. Please jump for this organization that happily meets the needs of our pALS each day. Please visit www.alsguardianangelsfoundation.com for more information or 

Team Organizer's Photo

Aw...might as well jump, JUMP!.

Amount Raised:

$3,400

Team Organizer's Photo

FALCONS RISE UP FOR ALS

Amount Raised:

$2,230

Team Organizer's Photo

Jump to stomp out ALS

Amount Raised:

$2,135

Team Organizer's Photo

Throw Lisa from a plane!

Amount Raised:

$12,035

Team Organizer's Photo

TEAM "STUDMUFFIN" FOR ALSGA

Amount Raised:

$1,875

Team Organizer's Photo

Jumping in Memory of our DAD!!!

Amount Raised:

$1,390

Team Organizer's Photo

Dave's Jump To Stomp Out ALS

Amount Raised:

$595

Team Organizer's Photo

Skydive for ALS

Amount Raised:

$440

Team Organizer's Photo

Throw Randy from a Plane

Amount Raised:

$225

Team Organizer's Photo

Bruce's Angels

Amount Raised:

$100

Team Organizer's Photo

Team Hub

Amount Raised:

$70

Team Organizer's Photo

Throw Dani from a plane!

Amount Raised:

$50

Team Organizer's Photo

Hope Dezember

Amount Raised:

$30