Teen Run Charity Out To Change The World, Starting With Their Community
(Nashville, Tenn. – August 16, 2013) Country artist Katie Armiger recently performed in Minneapolis, MN for the teen run Hearts4Charity, to help raise money for their community outreach cause. Founded in 2004 by Amanda Sexson, Hearts4Charity currently has 30 teenagers and countless volunteers, whom have raised over $50,000 for various charities since its inception. Sources of fundraising have included local car washes, crafting and selling peppermint bark tins and writing a children’s book. Not only did Armiger’s performance raise money for the charity, she also surprised the organization by donating additional funds. To those at Hearts4Charity, it is all about giving and changing lives.
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Photo Cutline: Katie Armiger presents a check to the teen run Hearts4Charity at her performance in Minneapolis, MN. Pictured L to R: Katie Armiger, Amanda Sexson (Founder), Katie Bartel (Director of Outreach), Hannah Stoker (Team Member), Maddy Gildersleve (Outreach Executive)