Fishing Tournament honoring the Fallen American Hero
Fishing Tournament honoring the Fallen American Hero!
We are introducing you to the Fishing Tournament page. Yes, we can create a fishing tournament for any occasion and for any cause.
We specialize in honoring an American Fallen Hero who succumbed to their injuries while protecting our Freedom. Our goal is to help the spouse and family of a fallen hero to honor the legacy of the fallen.
We support the cause to enhance the financial obligation of the family. Our goal is to manage and receive on behalf of the family $25,000.00. This amount covers there rent/lease/mortgage $1,500.00, put food on the table $400.00 and pay upto $220.00 per month on a car payment. All other funds above the $25,000.00 goes back to our line item budget - pay it forward line item to help the next family whose love one succumbed to their injuries while protecting our FREEDOM.
There is a $10,000.00 pay it forward clause for each family we do a fund raiser event. This amount is given to each event coordinator to pay for police officers, EMS, road closure permits, assembly permits, insurance protection, ADA portable toilets and wash facilities and waste management. These fees add up and have to be paid up front. Hence, all the donations above $25,000.00 go to our foundation to help the next family with their fund raiser.
All our fallen heroes' their family can choose the golf, fishing or the 5K / 10K Color Run / Walk Tournament honoring their love one. This process is done every year to help the family of a fallen hero. When a family loses a love one while in the line of duty they will go through their lump sum from D.O.J. or Public Servant Financial Award Division within 5 - 7 years or sooner. Let us help them stretch that amount to 20 years or beyond. We now have our financial wealth division on line to help protect and serve the family wealth.
Our wealth division is now here before an accident occurs and can help with the growth of a public servant and families financial affairs as they continue in the career.
Marc E. Klein,