Tracy Tilson Needs Your Help!

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Tilson PR and Tracy Tilson are involved with one of Boca Raton’s oldest and most respected charities and events – the 11th annual Boca’s Ballroom Battle – a local spinoff of the popular show, Dancing with the Stars to benefit the George Snow Scholarship Fund.

Tracy was selected as one of eight community dancers to compete in Boca’s Ballroom Battle 2018. Besides being chosen to dance, the most wonderful part of this is that all money raised goes directly to the George Snow Scholarship Fund, a Boca Raton-based 501(c)(3) which provides educational grants to some of South Florida’s brightest and most deserving young scholars. You can find more information at www.scholarship.org.

Tracy needs your help! The contestant who raises the most in donations wins! You can help by making a donation in any amount in Tracy’s name – every dollar counts!

Go to https://bit.ly/2JgN8QD to donate! Select Tracy from the “Dancer I am Supporting” drop down and type in any amount in the Dancer Donation Amount line.

Here’s a fun video from one of Tracy’s first practices: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zhbCo9Ti8A&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop

The following is the story of a previous George Snow Scholarship Recipient:

Etzer Kenta Botes

Graduated Harvard University 2007

Deloitte Consulting
Management Strategy Consultant

"After graduating with my Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies from NYU, I continued my education at the Harvard Kennedy School, focusing on management, finance, and public policy. Upon completing this degree, I embarked on a career at Deloitte Consulting, advising government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and multi-national NGOs on business strategy and technology issues. I recently took a year off to work in New York City as a Broad Education Resident, supporting initiatives to improve the quality of charter schools in New York City. I recently returned to Deloitte in South Florida, where I hope to make a positive impact in youth mentorship and encouraging students toward business careers."

Thanks for supporting Tracy!

Regards,

Britt