Entries by Susan

Prom of Champions

G. Smith Motorsports, Prom of Champions and Thomas Morstead’s What You GIVE Will GROW teamed up to present a spectacular prom for teens 13-18 years old battling cancer or blood disorders. The girls had a Boutique Day hosted at Chatta Box to pick out their gorgeous designer gowns and tuxedoes, hair, make-up, and limos were […]

Instruments donated to James M. Singleton Charter School

Thomas Morstead and the Tipitina’s Foundation, Instruments A Comin’ surprised the James M. Singleton Charter School Marching Band with new instruments. It was super special to see the kids marching with their new instruments during Mardi Gras parades!!

Black & Gold Bowl

Thomas Morstead and Pierre Thomas hosted the Black and Gold Charity Bowling Fundraiser presented by Chevron. New Orleans residents were invited to attend as spectators. Attendees got a chance to cheer for their favorite Saints stars in the tournament, which was followed by performances by the 610 Stompers and the Cherry Bombs, as well as a live […]

Feed the Children at the Rock & Roll Marathon

Thomas served as the Team Captain for the Feed the Children team in the Rock & Roll Marathon. He participated in feeding 400 local families the day prior to the race by handing out boxes of food and other personal items to those in need. Our superb volunteers cheered them on by manning a water […]

LCM Festival of Trees

WYGWG participated in the Children’s Museum Festival of Trees! Local children at Children’s Hospital made ornaments with their handprints with the help of our volunteers. Beautiful gold ribbons also adorned the ornaments to spread childhood cancer awareness. Our gorgeous tree won the voting portion, so we sent two amazing kids with cancer, and their families, […]

Cancer Walk

Thomas Morstead’s What You Give Will Grow Cancer Walk is a 1 mile walk that celebrates the lives of the champions who are currently receiving treatment for cancer and those who have been cured. It also honors the Children’s Hospital patients, as well as the thousands of other young children, who lost their battle with […]