Bratton Law Attorneys at Law LLC, a New Jersey and Pennsylvania law firm, surpassed its goal of $10,000 in its second Annual Charity Golf Tournament by raising over $12,000 for David Akers Kicks for Kids Foundation. In only its second year, Bratton Law was able to double the money raised at the first outing.
The event-held September 16, 2011, at Willowbrook Country Club in Moorestown NJ- hosted an astounding 120 golfers, including
Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro Wide Receiver Irving Fryar, and nearly 140 people enjoyed the cocktail reception, dinner and a sports memorabilia silent auction that followed the tournament. Special guests at the cocktail reception
included Ray Diddinger and Glen Macnow, both award winning sports writers and hosts on Philadelphia sports radio 94.1 WIP. Moreover, representative Rose Cunningham, Executive Director of the Foundation, was present on behalf of David Akers and the foundation.
Event sponsors included over twenty companies in the South Jersey area, including presenting sponsors Bratton Law, SJYPA, Surety Title Corporation, Lincoln Mortgage Company, Foundation Title, Evesham Mortgage, and Integrity Title. “This was a great opportunity for Bratton Law staff, sponsors and partners to come together for a day of golf and collaborate towards a great cause, “stated partner John Rothamel. “Thank you to everyone who made this year’s event a huge success.”
With the help of all involved, Bratton Law was able to write a check for over $12,000 to the David Akers Kicks for Kids Foundation. “The Annual Golf Tournament continues to grow — surpassing all expectations — and the benefits will be felt by many families with children being treated at CHOP.” remarked partner Chris Bratton.
Bratton Law LLC would like to extend a big thank you to all supporters of this fantastic day.
About David Akers’ Kicks for Kids
David Akers Kicks for Kids is a charity organization that provides assistance to the children and families being cared for at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. David’s desire to give back to the community, as well as to help young people and families in need, motivated him to establish the David Akers’ Kicks for Kids organization in the fall of 2001. For more information visit www.davidakerskicksforkids.org