HallPass Media has secured a $150,000 contribution for the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation from the Windsong Trust. The donation will support various initiatives supported by the IMPACT Foundation, the charitable arm of college football’s Lott IMPACT Trophy which to date has donated more than $1 million to various charities throughout the country.

HallPass is the official agency of record for PCIF and facilitates all sponsorship and charitable contributions including those affiliated with the prestigious Lott IMPACT Trophy. Programs that will benefit from this generous contribution include Miracles for Kids, the Youth IMPACT Foundation, All-Stars Helping Kids and the California Showcase. “We are very pleased that the Windsong Trust sees the same potential as we do in these amazing programs and are very excited about this new partnership,” said Albert Hall, President of HallPass Media. “We are very passionate about the youth and educational initiatives that the IMPACT Foundation is aligned with and are excited to see these outstanding programs grow as a result of the contribution. We look forward to having a long relationship with the great people at Windsong Trust and are very thankful for their generosity.”

Windsong’s contribution will help the IMPACT Foundation as they launch a capital campaign encouraging others to assist in the procurement of funds to support youth and educational programs in California. To donate or inquire about corporate or charitable giving, contact charities@lottimpacttrophy.org. The Windsong Foundation was established in 2009 by the California-based Windsong Trust and is charged with carrying out the philanthropic wishes of the late Martin Crowley, who left his entire estate for the education of children around the world under the age of 18 years in need of educational assistance.

For more about the Lott IMPACT Foundation’s charitable initiatives visit: https://lottimpacttrophy.org/about-the-foundation