EVO Helps with Hurricane Relief

Coconut Telegraph

The EVO Cheer and Gymnastics team raised $1,800 by providing a Hurricane Relief Day Camp to the affected families in Sarasota and Bradenton. By slashing prices, extending the normal hours and donating 25% of each camper’s tuition to Hurricane Irma relief, EVO provided parents with a safe place to send their kids during Irma cleanup. 180 happy campers later, EVO has raised and will be donating $2,000 to Hurricane Irma relief. The owner and CEO Kyle Lawton even donated his private plane and fuel to fly supplies down to the Florida Keys.

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