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Pragmatic Works Raises Funds for Seamark Ranch

Pragmatic Works Raises Funds for Seamark Ranch

As part of Giving Tuesday, Pragmatic Works donated 100% of the proceeds from our Gangsta Geek t-shirt sales to Seamark Ranch. Because of the generosity of our supporters, we were able to raise $744 for the organization.


Seamark Ranch provides a secure home for children that come from a family in crisis. The organiztion helps with a family home model, a specialized residential school and provides lessons of life on a working farm community. Seamark Ranch gives the ideal setting for love, stabilization, healing, education and empowerment.

"We are so thankful to our supporters that purchased a t-shirt on Giving Tuesday. Seamark Ranch is a wonderful organization that would not succeed without the donations from the community and beyond," said Brian Knight, Founder of Pragmatic Works and Seamark Ranch Board Member. "The funds will help provide children a stable home life which will give them the foundation to build a successful future."

In addition to the monetary donation, Pragmatic Works also collected items for Seamark Ranch's White Christmas Donation Drive. Numerous paper products and cleaning supplies were included in the donation.


For more information or to donate to Seamark Ranch, please visit their website: www.seamarkranch.com.

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