NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Fantasyfundraising.com, the innovative fantasy football site that provides fans the unique experience of competing against celebrities, while supporting charities and winning prizes, has created a partnership to benefit Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) this football season.
"Mothers Against Drunk Driving has the critical mission of keeping everyone safe from becoming a victim of this crime as so many have needlessly, so it's really important to us to support and promote the cause," said Wes Cain, Fantasy Fundraising's CEO.
Fantasy football enthusiasts interested in competing against Tennessee Titan Delanie Walker in one-week leagues this football season can sign up online at www.fantasyfundraising.com. In just minutes, users will be ready to challenge Delanie while benefiting MADD.
There are two ways to win:
$250 VIP Pass—Challenge Delanie or a different celebrity in one-week leagues for the remainder of the season
$20 Weekly Entry—Play against Delanie in a one-week league
Those who register with Fantasy Fundraising will compete against Walker this football season, supporting efforts to prevent drunk driving and underage drinking and could walk away with a signed Walker jersey or other prizes
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"We know drunk driving is a 100 percent preventable crime and while we continue to make strides in advocacy and awareness, we know there is more work to do," said Jan Withers, MADD National President. "We thank Fantasy Fundraising and Delanie Walker for their support in our mission to stop drunk driving through this fun and interactive way with fans."
"I've had the privilege of working with MADD since tragically losing my aunt and uncle two years ago to a drunk driver, so to continue supporting through fantasy football and connecting with fans is awesome," said Delanie Walker. "Plus, it's pretty cool to be able to start myself in my one-week leagues against MADD supporters and Titans fans."