Damon’s Rally Cap Charity Pitch-in For Hope 2018

Damon’s Rally Cap raises thousands for cancer patients

On Saturday, Nov. 3, Damon’s Rally Cap Charity held its third annual Pitch-in for Hope fundraising event in Platte City, Mo. More than 150 guests attended the event to honor the legacy of Damon Owen and raise funds for cancer patients and their families. 

The evening kicked off with a dinner and silent auction. Area businesses and Damon’s Rally Cap supporters donated nearly 65 silent auction and raffle items, which raised more than $5,600. 

After dinner, founder of Damon’s Rally Cap Charity Amy Owen-Johnson provided a few remarks about the mission of the charity and the impact it has had on the community since its inception in 2016. The event ended on high note with live entertainment from Half of Dueling Pianos, which got the crowd off their feet and dancing.   


In total, this year’s Pitch-in for Hope raised more than $8,000, which will go directly to patients battling cancer. Since 2016, Damon’s Rally Cap has donated more than $12,000 to individuals impacted by cancer, delivered numerous Rally Packs and partnered with the KU Cancer Center in Kansas City to provide more than 40 meals to patients undergoing treatment.

Thank you to event sponsors, volunteers and attendees. Your generous support makes it possible for Damon’s Rally Cap can help those suffering from cancer rally with hope.


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