COUNTDOWN T0 15th MEMORIAL BENEFIT

May 11th 2019

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2017 Assistance Provided

The Dusty Elam Memorial Benefit will be held this year on May 12th, 2018 from 12:00 PM until whenever everybody decides to go home! It is held at the Elam Farm on Highway 53 in Manchester, Tennessee. We are once again asking for donations in the form of money and/or items for our live auction. The monies raised support the local community in a number of ways, and your donations are greatly appreciated. Click the button below for a list of the areas where your donations went for 2017.
We hope that you can come and enjoy the day of fun with us!

How We Made A Difference In 2017

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Dusty Elam

Dusty aspired to be a Special Education Teacher and make a difference in children’s lives. Sadly, his life was cut short by a motorcycle accident; but his family, friends, and YOU are fulfilling Dusty’s dreams for our children and his desire to make a difference even after his death through the Dusty Elam Foundation!
With your help, The Dusty Elam Foundation will continue to fulfill Dusty’s dreams by providing for local families in need.

EVERYONE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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GET ASSISTANCE

1. Request Assistance

Fill out our request for funds form to the best of your ability specifying exactly how much assistance you require and details of what funds will be used for.

2. Board Review

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Our board meets once a month. We will review your request and determine if our foundation can assist.

3. Receive Assistance

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Once approved by the board, we will contact you in regards to our decision…

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NEWS AND PRESS

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PIctured from left are Josh Carney, Dusty Elam Foundation board member; Fletcher Carney, Melinda Ashburn, board member; Erin Dobson, board member; Dax Carney, Taylor Rayfield, Coffee County Schools Family Resource Coordinator; Chris Elam, president; and Jay Nogodula, board member. (Photo provided)

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