We support and give funds to the following charities:


The Women’s Resource Center of Tampa provides individualized services to families, single parents, individuals, elderly, disabled, veterans and the homeless.

Since 2003, the Women’s Resource Center of Tampa has been a faith based, not for profit organization dedicated to providing services that encourage, support and assist individuals and families to meet their basic needs. Founded by a group of women who themselves had overcome personal struggles, the Women’s Resource Center is a place where individuals and families in crisis find respect, hope and the support they need to change their lives.

We change lives and restore hope by working one on one with each individual to identify and address their needs for emergency food, clothes, housing, employment, transportation, training and access to available resources. Once the family is stable, the Women’s Resource Center of Tampa continues as a supporting coach assisting the family to develop and achieve their long term goals.

Read more about WRC and how to help at their website here.


The Emergency Care Help Organization (ECHO Brandon FL) provides immediate relief in the forms of food, clothing and household items to those residents of the greater Brandon area that have experienced a recent emergency. Since its inception in 1987, ECHO FL has assisted over 109,000 individuals, over half of whom were children, with the basic life necessities. When families experience an unexpected emergency they are often faced with the decision paying the bills or buying food for their families.

EMERGENCY FOOD BANK BRANDON: ECHO Brandon FL is the leading food pantry Brandon residents depend upon when unexpected events occur, such as fire or loss of income. There are several food banks in Brandon Florida that work together to assist the needs of community residents.

CLOTHING ASSISTANCE BRANDON: In addition to food, ECHO FL helps area residents get back on their feet after an emergency with clothing for the entire family and small household items.

Read more about ECHO and how to help at their website here.


New Horizons Group Homes provides a Christian, family, group living alternative for developmentally challenged adults.  Their vision is to provide an enabling, nurturing atmosphere for our residents.

The home focuses on a long-term commitment, one that is family oriented, and which will sustain Christian spiritual training. They seek to optimize independence and social skills, encouraging our residents to be active in community service. They also seek to partner with the community at large, provide a high quality staff and remain fiscally sound.

Read more about New Horizons and how to help at their website here.


Fallen Heroes charitable funds have varied since we began doing this event in 2010 with the tragic and senseless deaths of Officers Jeff Kocab and David Curtis.  Since Jeff played paintball with some of us, we did an event to help the families of the two fallen officers.  When the following year saw more tragic police officer deaths locally, the event became part of our regular series of Big Game Benefits.  Each year, we send the funds to families of local police officers who have fallen (if any) and if not, the funds are provided to local military families.