2016 All Stars of Giving Campaign Presented By Getaway To Give

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All Sports United announces the launch of the voting for it’s fourth annual “Humanitarian of the Year Award”.  The “All Stars of Giving” voting campaign begins on Friday April 15th in cooperation with partner Givkwik. The campaign is presented by Getaway2Give (www.getaway2give.com), a company known for it’s unique fundraising ability using memorable vacation experiences to raise millions of $’s for hundreds of foundations including those of Larry Fitzgerald, Coach Bruce Arians, Matt Light, Von Miller, Andy Dalton, and Ben Roethlisberger.

Alan Pavlosky, Co-Founder of All Sports United stated “We want to thank Rob Vaka and Getaway2Give for their support of our program by becoming the presenting sponsor of this year’s campaign.  G2G has always supported All Sports United and has now ramped up its support for this year’s campaign.  Their support is crucial in making this campaign possible.”

Rob Vaka of G2G added that “Getaway2Give was founded with the mission to accomplish two things- raise money for causes that are doing great things and help bring people closer together in memorable vacation settings. In just 3 years we’ve generated more than $4 Million to help children with Diabetes, create after school programs for inner city kids, support women battling breast cancer, and bring balls and sports to those who need them among other great causes. All Stars of Giving is fully congruent with all we stand for – inspired and motivated people focused on doing well by doing good”.

“Getaway2Give congratulates each of this year’s nominee’s.  To perform at a high level in your professional role or job is important. Each of this year’s nominee’s is a star on or in their field of play. To have the discipline and valor to stand up for a cause is more significant. Long after the lights dim on the stadium court the crowd will remember the impact each of these stars has made on humanity. As humans we’re really all in pursuit of happiness and meaning. Contribution, or giving back, is one of the few key ingredients to a life full of lasting happiness.”

Voting begins at 10AM Pacific time on April 15, 2016 at AllStarsOfGiving.com.  Anyone can vote once per day.  This year’s nominees includes star athletes and personalities from across all sports.  They are:

Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers & NFL MVP
Cullen Jones, Olympic Swimming Gold Medalist
David Bruton Jr., Washington Redskins
Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
Dont’a Hightower, New England Patriots
Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors
Hunter Pence, San Francisco Giants
Jake Diekman, Texas Rangers
Jamie Moyer, Retired MLB
Tony Stewart, NASCAR
Steven Payne, NHL retired
Tim Wakefield, Boston Red Sox retired
Steve Ludzic, NHL retired
Sam Acho, Chicago Bears
Martin Gramatica, NFL retired
Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphia Eagles
Justin Tuck, Oakland Raiders retired
Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals
Jacob Tamee, Atlanta Falcons
Guy East, Cycling
Brandon Williams, Baltimore Ravens
Iman Shumpert, Cleveland Cavaliers
Titus O’Neil, WWE
Denard Span, San Francisco Giants
Chris Waddell, Paralympian
David Robertson, Chicago White Sox
Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky
Eric Larsen, Extreme Athlete
Jason Dufner, PGA Golfer
Joakim Noah, Chicago Bulls
Matt Martin, New York Islanders
Meryl Davis & Charlie White, Ice Dancing
Michael Lahoud, New York Cosmos
Morgan Pressel, LPGA Golfer
Ryan Dalziel, Auto Racing
Monica Wright, Seattle Storm
Stephen Vogt, Oakland Athletics
Justin Wilson, Auto Raciing (Posthumous)
Jahri Evans, New Orleans Saints
Curtis Granderson, NY Mets
Nate Boyer, NFL Retired
Dhani Jones, NFL Retired
Carlos Martinez, St Louis Cardinals
Nancy Lieberman, NBA Coach/Olympian

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