[2010 Holiday Charity Bash] B2G Charity Social on 12/1 Benefits Military Members Wounded in Action
Monday, November 22, 2010
Posted by: 2010 Holiday Charity Bash Planning Committee
For Release: November
Press Contact: Guy Timberlake
B2G Charity Social on
12/1 Benefits Military Members Wounded in Action and Families and Children of
Those Killed in Action in Iraq and Afghanistan.
American Small Business Coalition again names American Freedom Foundation as
beneficiary of its annual Charity Bash featuring great federal sector
networking, plenty of eats, a silent auction and raffle, door prizes and guest
bartenders from SBA, Air Force, GSA, U.S. Army Logistics Innovation Agency,
USAID, Washington Technology and Federal News Radio.
Columbia, MD November 23, 2010 - - When the doors open on the 2010 Holiday
Charity Bash on December 1st, in between the discussions about the
holidays and federal sector business opportunities, nearly two hundred guests
from Government and Industry will embark on a journey to surpass the amount of donations
raised last year to support our military men and women.
year’s Holiday Charity Bash, our goal was simply to kick off the holidays with a
festive social, and through our silent auction, raffle and guest bartender
tips, write a donation check in support of the great work being done at American
Freedom Foundation,” states Guy Timberlake, chief visionary officer and
co-founder of The American Small Business Coalition. "We had no idea our
sponsors and guests would provide us the means to write a check for more than
$5,000 after only a couple hours.”
contribution makes a difference to the lives of our men and women in uniform
wounded in action, and the families of those who make the ultimate sacrifice,”
says Sergeant Major of the Army (retired) Jack Tilley, co-founder of the
American Freedom Foundation. "Through its efforts, The American Small Business
Coalition is helping us fulfill the AFF mission.”
details and tickets to the 2010 Holiday Charity Bash, visit www.theasbc.org/2010bash or call The
ASBC at 410-381-7378.
American Freedom Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 public benefit corporation
organized to honor veterans of America's armed forces and raise money and
awareness for various veterans' organizations with special emphasis directed to
welfare and educational issues facing those wounded in action, those disabled
and families and children of veterans killed in action during Operation
Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
the organizations listed as AFF Beneficiaries include Homes For Our Troops, United
Through Reading Military Program, America’s Adopt A Soldier, Tragedy Assistance
Program for Survivors (TAPS), Fisher House, Military Child Education Coalition,
Operation Rebound and Still Serving Veterans.
evening of October 9th at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA on the
last night of the Fall American Freedom Festival, SMA Tilley, his team and sixty sponsors contributed
more than $115,000 to numerous military based charities supporting Veterans,
active duty military, wounded warriors and their families. The headliner for the
evening’s festivities was country music legend Hank Williams, Jr. who brought
along his Rowdy Friends Tour 2010. He along with performers Colt Ford, Jamey
Johnson and Josh Thompson signed an acoustic guitar which was presented to The ASBC and is one of the featured items for the silent auction on December 1st.
About The American Small Business Coalition
2004, The American Small Business Coalition is a highly effective membership
organization for companies and individual representatives of companies doing
business with federal, state and local government agencies and their
contractors. Benefits includes access to a wealth of information and
relationship resources all intended to support members as they identify,
qualify, pursue and win government sector business opportunities. More
information is available at www.theasbc.org.