February 3, 2023
RASE Safety Assistance, Inc., a non-profit organization based in Billings, Montana, is pleased to announce Safety Grant recipients for the 2023 season.
Thank you to members of the RASE SA board, Nicholas Gabel and two folks from the insurance claims industry who have felt strongly in agreement with my/our vision to have donated funds supplementing my donation for this year's grants to go out.
Grant recipients for 2023 are:
Amy McCoy and her daughters
Sierra and Kylie Litten
A number of applicants have been delayed or denied due to the fact that we simply ran out of money for this season's grants. Flat Track athletes that we are holding on as we continue our efforts to raise additional funds:
We are proud to once again hold to our promise that 100% of donation money received is returned to our RASEers in the form of Safety Grants. All admin, legal, insurance, etc expenses are covered by Lauren and Michael Marsh. We firmly believe in our mission: Provide funding for flat track athletes to allow access to the best safety equipment possible. Simple, honest mission. We need to all join together to keep the athletes in our beloved sport as safe as possible.
We'd love to have you join out team. If you are interested in making a tax deductible donation, please visit https://www.rasesafetyassistance.org for more information. You can donate directly through the site, or you can send a check to our Billings, MT office. Direct payments are preferred because we can avoid the on line processing fees.
There is no excuse for allowing our young people out on the track without the very best in safety equipment.
- As an approved 501(c)(3), RASE Safety Assistance, Inc. is now authorized to accept tax deductible donations. Please send your check, money order or safety equipment donation to:
Michael J. Marsh
RASE Safety Assistance, Inc.
1304 16th ST West
Billings, MT 59102
Thank you to everyone for assistance in the formation of Safety Assistance and helping us get the right safety equipment out to our beloved athletes.
A reposting of a bit of history about how and why Michael has done this:
The small print:
Charitable donations that are deemed tax deductible are specific to each individual circumstance and situation. Please consult your tax professional.