Win a VIP trip to the 2019 Masters and help Graham Harden fight ALS!
The goal of the raffle is to raise money to offset the tremendous costs associated with Graham Harden's ongoing
battle with ALS. This raffle is sponsored by ALSTDI, a registered 501(c)3. Charges for ticket purchases on your credit card statement
may appear as ALSTDI. Proceeds from this raffle will be split 50/50 to benefit Graham Harden and his battle with ALS and help support ALS TDI and their research.
G-Force: Graham Harden Fights ALS
2019 Masters Trip: April 12-14 (Estimated Value of $15,000)
- Round Trip Air Transportation for 2
- 3 Night Stay at the Augusta Sheraton
- VIP Masters Badges for Saturday and Sunday (April 13 & 14)
- Exclusive "Azalea & Oak" Cocktail Party and Dinner
- Access to PrimeSport's Executive Club Hospitality
- Roundtrip Event Transportation
- Deluxe breakfast each morning
- Dedicated On-Site Event Staff
In 1991, as a team captain, he led the North Carolina Tar Heel Lacrosse team to the National Championship. That
same year was awarded the Schmeisser Cup as the National Defenseman of the Year and was named ACC Player of the
Year. Graham and his wife Dawn are the parents of three children, Kendall, Lindsay and Cole. Known as a tireless
pillar of his community, Graham is a volunteer firefighter and a gifted boys and girls high school lacrosse coach
with several state championships.
Graham and ALS:
In August of 2016 at the age of 48, Graham was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. ALS robs
its victims of the ability to walk, dress themselves, talk, swallow, and ultimately breathe, all the while leaving
their minds intact. ALS has no cure. He and his family will face extraordinary medical and incidental expenses as
a result of this diagnosis. Estimates for medical costs alone are ~$300,000/year, most of which encompass the
ventilation, feeding tube, and in-home care not covered by insurance.
G-Force Game On
We are raising funds to help the Harden family defray some of the expected costs that will be incurred in
Graham's long term care. Known as a fearless competitor, Graham's reaction to this devastating diagnosis
was "Game On." Graham is doing whatever he can to fight this disease and to prolong the progression to
its more debilitating stages. We invite you to learn more about Graham and ALS and how you join G-Force
to BEAT ALS.