Housing Angels Charity


Jousing Angels Charity for Jeff Dicks

Donations will also accepted by Housing Angels Charity and 100% of proceeds will be given to Jeff’s children. Please donate in lieu of flowers.

Jeff Dicks passed away unexpectedly in a car crash last week while traveling back from one of his favorite places - Mexico. For those of you who knew Jeff you knew how much he loved his kids. He was their rock and for that we would like to do all we can to continue support for them. Allison 17, Emma 11, Sophia 9, and Max 5 were the inspiration for his company name MASE and all that he did to make the best life for them.

Originally from North Carolina he made his way through many states before finally ending up in Arizona. Upon arrival his only request was to live on a golf course. Jeff easily made friends with his easy going way and his generosity to all.

The celebration of his life will be the only way he would have wanted it - Beach Attire on a Golf Course. Please come celebrate with us and thank you in advance for your love and support for him and his family.

Saturday May 9th, 10AM to 1PM
Pebble Creek Country Club
16222 Clubhouse Dr
Goodyear, Arizona 85395
Phone (800) 795-4663
Website http://www.pebblecreekhoa.org

We are giving $100 from every transaction to Cystic Fibrosis in the month of May to support Noelle Nielson

It's that time of year again! This is my 6th year of fund-raising for the CF Foundation and my 3rd year walking. I have high hopes and expectations for my fund-raising ability this year! My goal is to raise $4000! I appreciate any donation you feel you can give. Patrice and I are very proud of the work this wonderful foundation provides in it's research and money raising efforts! We just celebrated her 34th birthday a few weeks ago and very happy to report she is VERY healthy! The photo with this message is from that amazing celebration of not only her special day, but another year of health!

Thank you for your support! Cystic fibrosis is the most prevalent genetic disease in the United States. Advances continue to be made in finding a cure, but your help is needed now - more than ever - to help keep up the momentum of this lifesaving research. Too many young lives depend on this vital research to let it go unfunded! Great Strides is the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's largest and most successful national fundraising event. This year, I'm walking in the Great Strides event at the 2011 Phoenix/Tempe - Tempe Beach park site on 05/22/2011. Please help me meet my fundraising goal of $4,000.00 by sponsoring me. You'll feel confident in knowing that your generous gift is used efficiently and effectively: Nearly 90 cents of every dollar of Foundation revenue goes to support vital CF research, medical and education programs. And, it's tax-deductible.

Making a donation is easy and secure! Just click on the link below to make a donation to my fundraising page. Any amount you can donate is greatly appreciated! Donating to Great Strides is such a simple and effective way for you to show your support for this important cause. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those with CF. Once again, thank you for supporting the mission of the CF Foundation.

If you encounter a problem with a link, please visit my Great Strides Home Page at http://www.cff.org/Great_Strides/NoelleNielsen

Working with such organizations as the "Make a Wish Foundation" and fundraisers such as the "Hurricane Katrina Relief", we are making great progress.

Your donations go a long way. With all your help and support, we were able to send Dylan, a child whom spent many of his days in the hospital, and his family to Alaska. They had the time of their lives.

We also helped the Robinson family, stranded for seven days on their roof top, with a home, rent free, for a year and six months of free utilities. They are now back on their feet and doing great.

In 2006, our goal is to donate $50,000 to local charities, and I know that with your help, that goal can be reached.

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