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Mission 500/Moms in Security cornhole tournament raises over $15K

Mission 500/Moms in Security cornhole tournament raises over $15K

MIAMI—Mission 500 partnered with Moms in Security Global Outreach to hold their first-ever cornhole tournament on Dec. 11, 2021, in Stony Point, N.Y., raising more than $15,000 to bring attention to underprivileged children and families in need across the U.S., as well as support the rescue and protection of children from human trafficking.

Twenty-two teams competed in the double-elimination tournament, with Greg Dabice of Defined Marketing and Kenny Frattini, Principal of Hartshorn Elementary School in Millburn, N.J., being named this year’s winners.

“Our first annual cornhole tournament turned out to be a really fun regional event that raised a significant amount of money to help children in need,” said Ken Gould, Chairman, Mission 500. “As we close out 2021, I want to thank all our individual and corporate sponsors, dedicated volunteers and the staff at Mission 500 who continue to step up to the plate to help children and families in need across the U.S. We look forward to building on all of your efforts to make 2022 an even brighter year.”

Elisa Mula, Founder of Moms in Security Global Outreach, told Security Systems News, “Moms in Security is grateful for the opportunity to have partnered with Mission 500 for such a fun event. Our goals for helping children are aligned and we get to work with another great organization that is doing good in the world. The fact that we can really make a difference for children in need, we get the support of the security community, and we have some amazing women leading the charge, makes it even more special.”

The 2021 Cornhole Tournament was courteously sponsored by ASSA ABLOY, Beacon Protection, Credo Cyber Consulting, Dahua, Engineered Security, i-PRO, ICD Group, ITG Larson, Ken Gould Consulting, Milestone Systems, and Sage Integration.

Mission 500 noted that it would like to thank all the sponsors and volunteers who made the cornhole event a great turnout, adding, “We look forward to hosting another cornhole tournament in 2022!”

For more information on how you or your organization can help Mission 500, contact Kat Mullins at [email protected]. and for more information on how to support Moms in Security Global Outreach, please visit momsinsecurity.com

Please check out my blog on the cornhole tournament here.

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