Donors Can Double Their Gifts for The Brandon S. Kramm ‘Field of Dreams’ Project!
April 9, 2018 - Ann Glock recently announced that the Lebda Charitable Foundation issued a ‘Challenge Gift’ to support the Brandon S. Kramm Memorial Baseball Field project. Glock stated, “For every dollar raised before June 7, 2018, the Lebda family will match them dollar for dollar up to $70,000!” She continued, “Now is the time for donors who are considering making a gift to the special project to do it before June 7th to maximize the impact. Gifts will be doubled!”
All gifts will be used to help construct the baseball field at Lewisburg Area High School (LAHS) in memory of Brandon Kramm who graduated from LAHS in 2001 and passed away in 2013. The Kramm family, Jeff, Julie, Justin, and Courtney are working together with The Green Dragon Foundation to help raise $400,000 to create this lasting tribute to the impact Brandon had on his friends, family and the Lewisburg community. According to Glock, “We are nearly halfway to reaching our fundraising goal; this challenge gift comes at the perfect time because we are gearing up for the 4th Annual Brandon Kramm Golf Tournament and 3rd Annual ‘Field of Dreams’ Benefit Auction.” She continues, “We are hoping to reach our fundraising goal in June so we can begin construction in the near future.”
When asked why the Lebda family got involved and wanted to help, Bob Lebda responded “We want to help the Kramm family honor Brandon’s memory.” He continued, “It’s time to finish the fundraising and get this field built.”
The foundation is encouraging individuals and businesses to make gifts to this project by June 7th so that it is eligible for the Lebda Family Challenge Gift. To make a gift or learn more about the project and the upcoming weekend event, please click HERE or call (570) 522-8433.