Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith teamed up with Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium to raise funds and awareness for two local charities, Quantum House and The American Cancer Society. These local organizations lessen the burden for families facing serious medical conditions in Palm Beach County.
It was a gorgeous day for a game between the Jupiter Hammerheads and Bradenton Marauders. Managing Partner Gary Lesser threw out the first pitch. The on-field festivities highlighted patients and survivors from both charities.
Quantum House guest, Oliver Harpen was pushed out in his wheelchair by his brother for the line-up exchange with the coaches and umpires.
A group of cancer survivors who received support from the local American Cancer Society took the field with Hammerheads for the National Anthem, sung beautifully by one of the Young Singers of Palm Beach, Rebecca Lesser.
The Firm is proud to support these two great local charities!
To learn more about the Quantum House please visit https://www.quantumhouse.org/ and to learn more about your local American Cancer Society please visit https://www.facebook.com/ACSSoutheastFL/.