So I’m Going To This Event At The Democratic Party Of Georgia…

Which I’m sure will make some question my previously unquestionable “RINO” credentials.  So be it.

I’d like to invite other good Republicans, Independents, and even Democrats to join me at a fundraiser tomorrow to help Daniel Fullerton get a shiny new kidney.  At least I can only assume given the cost of the transplant and after-care, the dang thing better be shiny.

Anyway, there’s a fundraiser to help Daniel reach his goal becoming untethered from his dialysis machine tomorrow night, and it just “happens” to be at DPG headquarters.  We’re going to overlook his misguided politics for one night and try to help him out.  Join us Saturday, 6 to 9PM.

Details per the event’s Facebook page:

For those of you that do not know him, our good friend, mentor, and fellow YD Daniel Fullerton is currently seeking to raise money so he may get a new kidney.  YDG is happy to support our friend by holding this fundraiser in his honor, where 100% of the donations will go …towards Daniel’s Kidney Fund.
 -Entertainment from Will Avery and Chance Strickland
==Silent Auction Items== *Signed Copy of “What it Means to Be A Democrat” by George McGovern (courtesy of Don Weigel) *3 $50 Gift Certificates for Hair Styling (courtesy of Nicole Hoffman) *Deluxe Photo Package (courtesy of Amanda Sopko) *Basic Website or Blog Design (courtesy of Eddy Galuszka) *Flyer or E-Vite Design, a $250 value (courtesy of Jen Rafanan) *4 Rome Braves Tickets (courtesy of Wendy Davis) *A Beautiful Framed Painting (courtesy of Wendy Davis) *Wine Gift Basket (courtesy of Ansley Wine Merchants and Jane Bradshaw) *4 One-on-One Piano, Voice (or both!) Lessons with Kavali’s Flying Fingers (courtesy of Keena Graham)
For those uncomfortable with entering the hollowed halls of the DPG, I’ll be glad to deliver your generous check.  Just drop me a line and let me know how to get it from you.  Or, donate online as you learn about Daniel’s story here.

7 comments

  1. Julez says:

    Thank you for helping to get the word out about the event. Daniel also works incredibly hard on behalf of the Methodist church. So many groups need Daniel to be returned to health.

    I’m sure you will find a warm welcome. Enjoy the new HQ..Sure hope the kitchen is clean.

      • Julez says:

        um, yes.. not exactly unknown.. Trabert off Howell Mill near water treatment plant.. And yes, it used to be a TV studio.. not a warehouse. Fits about 150 people.. so it’s cosy for most of our gatherings.

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