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Fans Across America Foundation


Associated Sports: All
Causes Served: Children and Youth, Health
Age Groups Served: All
Mailing Address: 23844 S. Power Rd., Suite 102-188
City: Queen Creek
State/Province: Arizona
Zip/Postal Code: 85242
Country: United States
Phone: (602) 230-4333
Email: bpetillo@fansacrossamerica.org
Website: http://www.fansacrossamerica.org
The Fans Across America Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization dedicated to helping families with seriously ill children better face the financial burden that comes with a life-altering diagnosis so that they can focus on what really matters - their child. The Fans Across America Charitable Foundation is a community of sports and entertainment fans committed to providing much needed financial assistance to families with seriously ill children. In appreciation for their support, Foundation community members receive special promotional offers and discounts from Fans Across America partners at professional and collegiate sporting events, golf courses, retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment venues and travel destinations. Ultimately, Fans Across America unites fans, athletes, celebrities, businesses and all those committed to making a difference in the lives of these families during the most difficult times.

In December 2007, the Fans Across America Charitable Foundation delivered assistance to its first two families. Leslie Rodriguez and Joshua Coppoth were both nine years old and had brain tumors. From surgery to radiation and chemotherapy treatments, these children endured far more suffering than any child should, and their families did everything they could to help them get well. Because of the generosity of the Fans Across America community, the Foundation was able to help relieve some of the financial burden these families faced as a result of the illness by assisting with their rent and other living expenses such as food and gas.