Daniel Levison vs. Souper Jenny
On December 9th I will be competing against my sister, the infamous Souper Jenny, in a Sprint Triathlon, for charity. The winner receives 70% of our combined contributed money and second place (nobody really loses) gets 30%.
Souper Jenny’s Charity – The Zadie Project – focuses on Atlanta’s youth as well as aiding families with getting back on their feet. The Zadie Project provides families healthy meals through working with various organizations. (www.souperjenny.com)
My charity is ReStart3:20 which is a low barrier to entry homeless shelter located at I-20 & Lee Street in Southwest Atlanta. Our goal is to give all Atlanta’s homeless a hand up not just a hand out, and help them become contributing members of their community. (www.restart320.org)
Both organizations are 501c3 non-profit tax-free organizations. Please help us – help those less fortunate by supporting our Compete for Charity Competition.
Promote local startup businesses & support their growth!
CRE Holdings, ReStart320’s founder and primary supporter, is holding their annual Collaborate & Compete Pitch Event this Fall, October 24th, at Sharedspace on the Perimeter, and on November 14th at SharedSpace Cobb.
ReStart320 will be the beneficiary of the $5 entry fee to these two shark-tank like events. CRE Holdings is matching the total contribution from each event – potentially donating $2,500 to ReStart320.
Winners of the pitch event will receive cash a cash prize, consulting services and, in an effort to start planting the philanthropic seed with these young entrepreneurs, Sharedspace will also make a donation, to the top three winners, favorite charity in their name.
If you are interested in attending either event the link below will take you to a register page.