The Kansas City Chiefs are one of the most community oriented franchises in the NFL and a lot of their former players carry those activities on when they move on. Today Bob Gretz brings us word of Dan Saleaumua working to raise money for charity.
Long after his career ended, Saleaumua continues to give back. Fans can help him assist the American Cancer Society by taking part in his Swing for the Cure Golf Tournament.
Set for Deer Creek Golf Club in Overland Park on Saturday, May 10th, Sal will join golfers for 18 holes, lunch and an awards presentation after the round. The shotgun start is 8 a.m. For an individual the cost is $125 and its $400 per foursome. All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.
“No matter what else happens in our economy and in our lives, cancer never quits,” Sal said. “And we can’t quit helping to find a cure.”
Visit www.saleaumua.com for more information.
Great work, Sal!