- Keri Hunter, the daughter of the owner of Southeast Foundation Repair has held a BBQ plate sale, to provide monetary support for the chronically ill children who attend the Victory Junction Gang Camp in Randleman, North Carolina. Through the plentiful donations by Keri and others, the children do not have to pay for any of the much needed services that the camp provides.
Keri and her father, Chris Hunter, were selling their BBQ plates on November 19, 2010 in order to help raise money for the children battling illnesses such as cancer, autism, and diabetes.
The food was all donated by Chris Hunter, which included two 500 lb hogs and enough food to fill 250 plates. All of the money raised at the event was given to a young lady named Sammie, a representative for the Victory Junction Gang Camp, on November 27, 2010.
The camp was founded by Adam Petty who passed away at the age of 18 on a race track. After six years, Victory Junction Gang Camp has become a place of refuge for 11,000 children battling 24 chronic diseases such as autism and cancer. These children receive free care because of the money being donated by generous and caring people like Keri and Chris.
For more information about the incredible work of this organization visit the Victory Junction Gang
Southeast Foundation Repair is an expert in foundation repair in Fayetteville
, NC in addition to being a valuable member of the internationally renowned Foundation Supportworks network. They also provide crawl space repair and lining.