Go all in and play with heart! The Gentleman’s League is partnering with Children’s Heart Foundation to shuffle up and deal for their Second Annual Charity Poker Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 at 1 p.m. at the South Point Poker Room in the South Point Casino.
All proceeds from the tournament will benefit Children’s Heart Foundation. For additional information on participation, please visit www.chfn.org or www.tgllv.org. RSVPs are also available by calling 702-300-0850 or emailing email@example.com.
Poker players can play for a variety of prizes including the grand prize of $3,000. Initial buy in is $100 with unlimited re-buys for the first 90 minutes of the tournament. Players will also enjoy a special lunch catered by Buffalo Wild Wings and choice of alcoholic beverages and refreshments with initial buy in. For those players knocked out of the tournament early, they can enjoy a “loser’s lounge” complete with silent auction and raffle. Business sponsorships are also available for $250 which includes one player entry. All donations are tax deductible and benefit Children’s Heart Foundation.
Research, education and family assistance are at the heart of Children’s Heart Foundation’s mission. In the United States, CHD is 60 times more prevalent than childhood cancer, and nearly twice as many children die each year as die from all forms of childhood cancers combined. Research, still grossly underfunded in the field of pediatric cardiology, is the greatest hope for children living with a CHD a chance to live long, healthy lives due to medical and surgical advances and expert care. It is the hope this event continues to improve the level of care provided to those impacted by CHD.
Children’s Heart Foundation is located at 3006 S. Maryland Parkway, #690, Las Vegas, NV 89109. For more information on Children’s Heart Foundation, please call (702) 967-3522 or visit www.chfn.org.
For additional information on events and how to assist supporting local charities’ fundraising efforts through The Gentleman’s League, please visit www.tgllv.org.