CBS46 reporter Adam Murphy launched his own 501(c)(3) charity called "Miracle for Mom" last year dedicated to assisting those living with neurodegenerative diseases. Adam was also elected to the national board of directors for CurePSP for his fundraising efforts.
Now Adam would like to invite you to Miracle for Mom night with the Gwinnett Braves on July 23 at 6:30 p.m.
The fundraiser at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville will help raise awareness and money for progressive supranuclear palsy, also known as PSP.
The event is inspired by Adam's mother, Janice, who battles the horrible effects of PSP which impact walking, balance, mobility, vision, speech and swallowing. PSP has no known cause, treatment or cure.
You can make a difference and enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience by simply attending the game.
If you purchase the "First Pitch Ticket" it will allow you to throw out the first pitch at the game and guarantee you a great seat inside the stadium. You can also buy a "Bat Kid Ticket" that guarantees a seat and allows your children the opportunity to be a bat kid before the game. Plus, for just $15 you can enjoy a pregame tailgate courtesy of Southern Hospitality Tailgating with food provided by Williamson Bros. BBQ.
To enjoy this amazing experience purchase your tickets now before they sell out. Click here for tickets and information.
Let's help Adam make this event a huge success!
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