SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Back in November, the Simpson family along with their children were given their dream home. As part of the event, the Simpson's were asked to choose an organization that could also benefit from the event. Now nearly two months later the giving continues.
"I feel like anyone who lives their life without giving misses the point," said Jim Simpson. "We're a community here in Savannah and here in America and even into the world and, you know. We want to live the kind of example in our lives that people would look at us and say, 'Hey the Simpson's are really involved and helping other people's lives be better.'"
If you would like to help the Simpson's cause and make a donation to the Ronald McDonald House, this Sunday they are holdinga special event for the premiere of their episode. The VIP event will be held at the City Church on MLK Boulevard.
To purchase tickets for the VIP event, visit www.rmhccoastalempire.org and click on the Extreme Weekend registration icon.
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