Josh May, Collin Mulcahy and Nathan Sinclair joined Team Fox earlier this year in preparation for their “Drive for the Cure” fundraiser. Since June 26, the friends and recent Texas A&M graduates have been driving around the country visiting various Major League Baseball parks. In a three week span, they plan to attend 15 games and host a variety of events in an effort to raise $10,000 for Team Fox.
According to their Beat the Hell Outta Parkinson’s (BTHOP) team page, “many members of the Texas A&M family know someone who has been diagnosed with [Parkinson’s], and unlike any other University, Aggies stand together and fight for causes that seem unreachable.”
Josh, Collin and Nathan have seen games at Houston’s Minute Maid Park, St. Louis’ Busch Stadium, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and more. Up next are visits to Philly, Boston and New York. In addition to the games, the boys have organized events at A&M Aggie Clubs in Houston, Chicago and Boston.
So far, these Aggies have raised nearly $3,500 toward their goal of $10,000. Josh notes, “I want to say thank you to everyone who has helped us so far. Our hope is to make a small difference in helping to find a cure.” Check out their blog for photos and updates on their road trip.