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Trick  Shots  For  Charity

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Trick Shots

For Charity

 

TRICK SHOTS

The Moon Ball Shot

The Moon Ball Shot consists of Atlanta Falcons Quarterback Danny Etling launching a football into a distant basketball goal. The shot was made possible by all of our sponsors. You can learn more about Danny Etling and the trick shot by clicking below:

The Allendale Hill Shot

The Allendale Hill Shot consists of 3x All-American Cross Country runner John Mascari throwing a basketball from a hill into a goal below. The shot was made possible by all of our sponsors. You can learn more about John Mascari and the trick shot by clicking below:

The Stealing Second Shot

The Stealing Second Shot consists of former Cincinnati Reds catcher Brian Dorsett throwing a basketball through a goal on a golf cart attempting to steal second base. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about Brian Dorsett and the shot by clicking below:

The 15 Point Shot

The 15 Point Shot consists of the Philippines national tennis team's Ruben Gonzales serving a ball over a tennis net into a goal. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about Ruben Gonzales and the trick shot by clicking below:

The Home Run Shot consists of current Chicago White Sox player AJ Reed hitting a ball into a goal in centerfield. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about AJ Reed and the trick shot by clicking below:

The Home Run Shot

The Raising The Bar Shot

The Raising The Bar Shot consists of 5x national champion high jumper Liz Evans leaping over a high bar swishing a shot. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about Liz Evans and the trick shot by clicking below:

The Skyline Shot

The Skyline Shot consists of 1948 All-American basketball player Duane Klueh making a shot from the top of the Sycamore Building. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about Duane Klueh and the trick shot here:

The Chest Pass Shot

The Chest Pass Shot consists of Mr. Olympia finalist Derek Lunsford making a shot from a bench press. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about Derek Lunsford and the trick shot by clicking below:

The Double Play Shot

The Double Play Shot consists of former MLB players Jeremy Lucas and Tyler Wampler. The shot was made possible by our sponsors. You can learn more about Jeremy Lucas, Tyler Wampler, and the trick shot by clicking below:

SPONSORS

Trick Shots For Charity sincerely thanks our sponsors. We set out on a mission to bring Terre Haute closer together and help those in need, and our sponsors have made that possible. Click on the sponsor's logo to visit the sponsor's website.  

The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology community rallied to raise over $1,700 for the Rylee Paige Rogers Memorial Scholarship in wake of her passing. Click below to view all those that donated:

 
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Dorsett Automotive donated $500 to

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Dr. Sameer Bavishi donated $500 to the Wabash Valley Health Center's

donated $300 to

Smock & Etling Attorneys at Law  

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donated $250 to

Steward Pressure Washing Services

Sunset Harbor, Inc. donated $250 to

An anonymous sponsor donated $250 to

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Hutchens & Associates donated $200 to

An anonymous sponsor donated $200 to

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Eaton Lawn Care Service donated $100 to

An anonymous sponsor donated $100 to

DONATE

A donation through Trick Shots For Charity works by clicking any of charity buttons listed above. The first button on the left will lead to the donation link of the featured charity of the time being. The second button in the middle will lead to a list of Terre Haute charities. Finally, the third button on the right will lead to a short questionnaire starting the donation process if one is unsure where to donate. Another option includes donating to any Terre Haute charity, and then indicating your donation to us through

a receipt sent to our email

What charity do I give to?

Trick Shots For Charity partners with any charity in Terre Haute. In other words, you can donate to any Terre Haute charity and it will qualify to be on Trick Shots For Charity. Any donation amount we value.

Does 100% of my donation go to charity?

Yes. Trick Shots For Charity represents a completely philanthropic organization and makes no monetary profit. All of your donation will go to charity.

Why should I make a donation through TSC?

We believe Trick Shots For Charity represents a fun, creative way to give back to the community and help those in need. TSC offers a unique platform to educate the public on the charities of Terre Haute, advertise one's philanthropy, and become part of something special never seen in any town before. 

OUR STORY

 
 

What is our mission?

Trick Shots For Charity strives to support Terre Haute athletes, raise funds for local charities, and bring the Terre Haute community closer together. 

How'd we get our start?

Trick Shots For Charity's beginnings originate from Logan Steward and Gary Ulrich's childhood. In these years, the friend group made trick shot videos for fun, with some 

of the best shots including a 

and a

The childhood experience peaked with the friend group making 

Building off this intrinsic drive to make trick shots, Logan Steward and Gary Ulrich founded Trick Shots For Charity. What started as weekend hangouts now represents a way to help those in need.

Logan Steward

Gary Ulrich

Garrett Baysinger

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