The Arizona Cardinals have always been huge supporters of the communities in the state
Last week local law enforcement had a huge loss and now the Arizona Cardinals are going to make sure they help in their own way. This Saturday’s Red-White practice will be having a fundraiser in conjunction with the 100 Club of Arizona.
Arizona Department of Public Safety office Tyler Edenhofer was killed in the line of duty last week on Interstate 10. With a large crowd expected at University of Phoenix Stadium on Saturday afternoon, this is a great opportunity to raise funds for the 100 Club.
The 100 Club raises money that goes directly to fallen officers families in the state of Arizona. They do great things in the Valley of the Sun and all around Arizona so those families are able to continue providing for themselves.
The fundraiser will also help support the two other officers that were injured in the fatal incident. The families of officers Sean Rodecap and Dalin Dorris will receive benefits from the fundraiser.
The practice will take place from 1:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. indoors in the friendly confines of the stadium. An autograph session will follow the practice.
This practice typically is the heaviest attended of all the open practices. If you want a good seat, come early.
So now you have a couple of great reasons to make it out to Glendale this Saturday afternoon if you are free. Bring some extra cash and donate to a great cause.
This is just yet one more example of how great the Cardinals are to our communities. They are in the business to giving back to those in need.
Even if you aren’t a Cardinals fans and just like football, try to make it out to the stadium to help these families. If you aren’t able to attend, the 100 Club can always use your donation. Click on the link to help if you so desire.