Gloves Up for Grayson 2019 features local boxing professional, undefeated Roger "The Hitman" Hilley in the main event along with an amateur undercard featuring the best boxers on the U.S. Army team taking on Southeast Allstars. Get VIP Ringside Tables or tickets now!
On #GivingTuesday we ask for your continued support of Grayson’s Ladder. On this day we ask you to consider stepping back from the busy buying of Black Friday and Cyber Monday to give to Grayson's Ladder. Learn more about Grayson and give here.
Last year thousands of people told the world why they support the causes they care about by sharing an #UNselfie. This expression of giving took on a life of its own with world leaders and major celebrities joining everyday people to tell their giving stories. This year, you can help the causes you care about by telling your own giving story and motivate millions. Simply print this sign, fill it out and take a #UNselfie with it. Post it on Facebook tagging @GraysonsLadder.
Presented by SunTrust Private Wealth, Gloves Up for Grayson will feature two pro bouts along with an amateur undercard of Junior Olympics Regional champs. Thank you to YCAP and SouthPaw Promotions for hosting this event and EPB for their media sponsorship. Get VIP Ringside Tables or tickets now!
Rare Disease Day is coming up on Feb. 28, and we're asking our climbers to wear Grayson's Ladder gear to show your support and to raise awareness as we climb to a cure for Alexander Disease.
Visit the online store and use Sale Code GRAYSON2018 to select from swag like hoodies, jackets, t-shirts and hats to wear then and every day after (OK, maybe not every day).
"Rare Disease Day takes place on the last day of February each year. The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients' lives.The campaign targets primarily the general public and also seeks to raise awareness amongst policy makers, public authorities, industry representatives, researchers, health professionals and anyone who has a genuine interest in rare diseases."