The Fishing for Miracles Committee will host the 25th Annual Fishing for Miracles Tournament benefiting the MUSC Children’s Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina. The three day King Mackerel tournament begins with a Captain’s meeting on Thursday, August 16 and concludes on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the Ripley Light Yacht Club in Charleston, SC with an Awards Ceremony and Party.
The Fishing for Miracles Tournament began in 1994 as a fun way to raise money for the MUSC Children’s Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and the Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina. Since inception, approximately $990,000 in contributions has been shared between our beneficiaries from this low country event. That level of support would not be possible without sponsor philanthropic efforts. Sponsor contributions are apportioned 100% for the direct allocation to our beneficiaries; no sponsor funds are utilized for tournament administration purposes.
We would like to invite you to become a partner with the Fishing for Miracles Committee by taking advantage of the sponsorship opportunities available. Your participation effort allows your organization to be a part of the largest King Mackerel Fishing Tournament in the state with 118 fishing teams participating in 2017, equating to over 480 anglers and hundreds more in attendance. Along with the direct exposure at the 3 day tournament, your business will benefit through our website and Facebook with logo recognition and direct links to your website, reaching thousands of potential customers.
Over the past few years our donations to MUSC Children’s Hospital PICU has purchased tele-medicine carts which are now in use in rural areas of South Carolina for real time diagnostics with doctors at the Children’s Hospital saving lives of children. Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina leads conservation efforts focused on our state’s coastal resources, educates South Carolinian’s about our marine ecosystem and advocates for the health and future of our state’s treasured coast.