Eddie Rappelling 9 Stories for the Lord’s Place and Signed Stephens’ Squibs Books

Update on 2 projects coming to a head:

We have a few more signed Stephens’ Squibs books.  100% of any proceeds raised from this book is being donated to Kelsey Cares to support the arts.

  • Stephens’ Squibs Autographed Books

Everyone who preordered Stephens’ Squibs has a special surprise hitting their mailbox this week.  We have a few signed books remaining. Not only is it signed by myself and Cory Strolla, it is also signed by Digital artist AJ Brockman.

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AJ has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) a progressive neuromuscular disease. He is able to use 2 fingers to create incredible art. He has also founded The Brewhouse Gallery and restored The Kelsey Theater. You know it’s an original Brockman if it has his thumbprint on it. Up until now you would have to spend a significant amount of money to get this signature. We have 4 more of these books available for a $50 donation to Kelsey Cares, to support the arts. If people want more, we will order more because it’s going to a great cause!

Instructions:

  1. Donate $50 or more to Kelsey Cares
  2. Email me donation receipt, autograph inscription/personalization request and shipping address.

I will donate the books and even pay for this shipping.  100% of your donation will go directly to Kelsey Cares.

 

 

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  • Rappelling to End Homelessness

Next Saturday (February 2nd) at 9am, I will be rappelling down the historic 9 story Comeau Building in Downtown West Palm Beach to raise money and awareness for the The Lord’s Place to help end homelessness.

TO MAKE A CONTRIBUTION

 

 

Thanks for doing something that matters!

-eddie

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