Bartow Advocates for Children Charity Boat Day

 

“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children” – Nelson Mandela.

Bartow Advocates for Children is a non-profit organization committed to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Kids don’t get to choose the world in which they are born into. But, if they are unlucky enough to be brought up in a bad situation, Bartow Advocates for Children are there to help. So, when they have their major fundraising gala each year, we at Ambush jump at the opportunity to make a donation.

This year we contributed a day on Lake Allatoona on the Ambush Nautique GS-22 for four kids. The day included product demos, lunch, instruction, a goodie bag, and a video to commemorate the outing. The experience was offered during a silent auction with Leah Phillips of Cartersville, GA donating the winning bid. Leah assembled a crew of passionate, young wakeboarders to partake in the experience and an incredibly fun time was had by all.

Ambush Charity Boat Day

L to R: Outler Morgan, Ty Barron, Ike Phillips, Whitley Stewart

 

 

Ambush Charity Boat Day

Outler’s First Time Wakesurfing

Special thanks to Leah Phillips, Amy Morgan, Jill Barron, and Deena Stewart for all you do for the children of Bartow county. And, thanks to Ike, Outler, Whitley and Ty for being great humans and fun to ride with. You are the future.

Ambush Charity Boat Day

All Smiles from this Crew

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One Response to Bartow Advocates for Children Charity Boat Day

  1. Amy Morgan says:

    This warms my heart like nothing else! Thank you, Lee for your awesome donation to our Advocates for Children Spring Benefit Steering Committee. I could not be more blessed to be a part of this organization. It’s people like YOU that make all the difference in the world for these children and we could not do it without your continued support year after year! Thank you so very much!

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