National Humane Society
40 E. Main Street #364-I
Newark, DE 09711
Dear Sir or Madam,
Elite Sports Clubs hosted an all-day event to raise funds for Hurricane relief. The intent is to assist the National Humane Society in providing funds to victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Included is an artile published by Urban Milwaikee that highlights the family friendly events for the day and Elite's support of your organization's cause. Elite raised a total of $5,095 in support of Hurricane relief provided by the National Humane Society. Enclosed are checks issued directly to the National Humane Society by participants and Elite Sports Club - Brookfield, Inc.
Please contact Jo Stahl, CPA 262-754-3489 with any questions regarding the enclosed donations.
Elite Sports Club - Brookfield, Inc.
Elite’s Hurricane Relief Day was initiated by the clubs’ owner, Kay Yuspeh, whose family lived through Hurricane Katrina, a devastating category 4 hurricane that hit New Orleans and nearby areas in August 2005. “It took years for the people in New Orleans to recover from Katrina, but the damages and losses from this year’s hurricanes are almost beyond our imaginations. We cannot forget the continuing needs of our fellow Americans,” Yuspeh said. Kids enjoyed good, not-so-clean fun at the Slime-a-thon with a $5 donation per child at any Elite Club. While they made slime and played games, adults participated in the Group Exercise-a-thon, which included eight different, 25-minute classes for a $20 donation per person.
Spectators enjoyed the Tennis Classic Pro-Am at the Elite Club on Burleigh with a $20 donation. The Pro-Am teams, who donated $200 to play, each played at least three matches with winners advancing until there was one team standing in each division. Food and drinks were provided by Larry’s Market.
In addition to Hurricane Relief Day, Elite Sports Clubs raised more than $6,000 for hurricane relief efforts in September as part of an internal membership drive.