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Origami Hosts the Charity Challenge Pep Rally to Raise Funds for Brain Injury Survivors

Wednesday, March 4, 2015   (0 Comments)
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For Immediate Release                                                       

March 4, 2015

Contact: Tammy Hannah                                                  

(517) 455-0252


MEDIA ADVISORY: Origami Hosts the Charity Challenge Pep Rally

to Raise Funds for Brain Injury Survivors

LANSING, MI – Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center invites the public to The Charity Challenge Pep Rally on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. at the University Club of MSU. This lively fundraising event will feature entertainment, raffle prizes, hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, and the opportunity to learn more about Origami.  All proceeds raised at the event through tax-deductible donations will benefit brain injury survivors with much needed services via Origami’s Unfolding Potential Fund.

The Pep Rally promotes Origami as they compete for donations against 21 other Mid-Michigan charities participating in the University Club of MSU’s Big Bang-quet Community Charity Challenge.  The more donations secured the greater Origami’s chances of winning the Charity Challenge and building the Unfolding Potential Fund.

No tickets are needed but reservations are highly encouraged. Support Origami today by contacting Tammy Hannah, Executive Director, at or 517-455-0252.

”Votes” ($5 per vote) can also be cast online prior to, and after, the event until Tuesday, March 24 at 5 P.M. at

The Unfolding Potential Fund creates opportunities for Origami to enhance the lives of brain injury survivors in situations where they need additional support in areas such as education, job development, transportation, or personal development; and through emergency requests to address time-sensitive needs such as food, clothing, shelter, utilities, household, and medical care.

Origami is a nonprofit organization located on a 35-acre wooded campus in Mason, just south of the MSU campus. The facility offers a comprehensive and individualized continuum of care for adults who have sustained a traumatic brain injury, from residential to outpatient and community based programs with the resources available to return people to productive and active lives.

To learn more about the services available at Origami please call (517) 455-0264. Additional information about Origami can be found online at 


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