The 3rd Annual Stacy Fuson Foundation Charity Poker Tournament

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The 3rd Annual Stacy Fuson Foundation Charity Poker Tournament

The 3rd Annual Stacy Fuson Foundation Charity Poker Tournament will be held on Saturday, February 25th, 2023, at Ability360 in Phoenix, AZ.

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Ability360 5031 E. Washington St Phoenix, AZ 85034

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  • 6 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF FUN, POKER, AND PHILANTHROPY!

Phoenix, AZ - Enjoy an evening of poker with Athletes, Playmates, and Poker Celebrities while raising money for The Stacy Fuson Foundation, a 100% volunteer foundation that raises money for people with disabilities. Our event will be held at Ability360 in Phoenix, AZ, and 25% of our proceeds from this event will go to Ability360's Phoenix Wheelchair softball and soccer team.

Co-hosted by Evan Longoria of the Arizona Diamondbacks with Playmates Jaime Edmondson Longoria and Stacy Fuson.

Our 2nd Annual Charity Poker Tournament in March 2022 raised over $52,000 for people with disabilities. Come out and join us for a fun night while helping others!

$165 VIP Admission (limited availability) provides you with admission, open bar, dinner, a seat into the charity poker tournament, and $500 in casino chips to play blackjack, craps, and roulette!

$100 General Admission includes open bar, dinner, and casino play.

Top 10 Poker Prizes include- $2,000 Cash, Poker Seats, Airline Tickets, Golf Packages, Fred Astaire Dance Studio Package, Visa Gift Cards, The Well Med Spa Gift Card, Restaurant Gift Cards, and so much more!

Schedule of the Night

5PM-630PM Cocktails/Dinner

615PM Announcements

630PM Poker Tournament Starts

7PM Casino Games Start

Our Celebrity Hosts:

Evan Longoria just signed his first year with the Arizona Diamondbacks after finishing five years with the San Francisco Giants. Before that, Evan was with the Tampa Bay Rays for ten years. After the 2008 season, he was honored with the Sporting News Rookie of the Year Award for the American League, as well as the American League Rookie of the Year Award. He became the fourth third baseman to win the award. During his career, he has been a 3x All-Star and has also received three Gold Glove Awards.

Jaime Edmondson Longoria is a professional model and former cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins; Playboy Magazine’s Miss January; and a two-time contestant on the competitive TV show the Amazing Race, seasons 14 and 18. Jaime plays in various poker tournaments in Vegas and here in the valley, including her exclusive Desert Sharks women's league.

Jaime and Evan have three children and reside in Scottsdale, AZ.

Stacy Fuson is the Founder and Executive Director of The Stacy Fuson Foundation. Stacy's modeling and acting highlights include Modern Family, Entourage, Iron Man 2, St. Pauli Girl, Playboy’s Miss February, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, Shape Magazine, and 5 magazine covers. Stacy is also on the board of the One Step Closer Foundation, a charitable organization helping those living with Cerebral Palsy. Stacy and her husband David have 3 children and reside in Scottsdale, AZ.

About the Charity

The Stacy Fuson Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that offers financial support to people with disabilities. We are a 100% volunteer organization. The goal of our foundation is to assist with costs associated with physical therapy, medical equipment, transportation, as well as any other costs related to one's disability so they can stay active in their communities. We treat each request for assistance on a case-by-case basis. Having a disability is challenging mentally, physically, and emotionally. We hope to create avenues for people with disabilities so they can continue to be prominent in their communities.

Our Founder and Executive Director, Stacy Fuson, was raised by a mother with polio. Stacy has strong memories of a childhood spent accompanying her mother to countless doctor visits. She saw first-hand the stress that a disability places on an individual and their families. It has always been her goal to help others coping with disabilities.

The Stacy Fuson Foundation

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