Watchdog Nation proudly sponsors Summer Santa children’s charity

Dave Lieber’s Watchdog Nation is a proud sponsor of Summer Santa, one of North Texas’ largest children’s charities.

The donation goes to the charity which sends several hundred children to summer camp each year. Summer Santa has no physical office and no paid staff. All of its work is done by volunteers.

Summer Santa was co-founded by Dave Lieber and Westlake Municipal Judge Brad Bradley in 1997. Since then, Summer Santa has helped tens of thousands of children with its back-to-school clothing program, free medical checkups, after-school activities, toy distribution to area charities for summertime play and sports league scholarship.

“I am just as proud of my work on Summer Santa as I am of my work creating Watchdog Nation,” Dave Lieber says. “One helps children; the other helps adults. Helping others is a key component of Texas culture. I’m so grateful that I have learned that lesson!”

Learn how you can donate to the tax-deductible charity here, and know for certain that your money will only go directly toward paying for these valuable children’s programs that help children in need.

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Cyn Choate, Summer Santa Chairman, accepts a sponsorship check from Watchdog Nation and Summer Santa founder Dave Lieber. sponsors Elvis concert for children’s charity

Watchdog Nation is sponsoring an Elvis concert for children’s charity on Nov. 14, 2010 at Grapevine’s Palace Theatre.

Dave Lieber, founder of Watchdog Nation, is also co-founder of Summer Santa, one of North Texas’ largest children’s charities. Summer Santa operates as an all-volunteer charity with no paid staff or physical office. Watchdog Nation is proud to sponsor a charity that makes sure that almost every penny goes to support the children’s programs such as summer camp scholarships, toy distribution for summertime play, back-to-school clothing and school supplies, free medical checkups and after-school activities.

See videos and pictures from the Nov. 4, 2010 VIP sponsor party saluting all the sponsors, including here.

And note that this party, in keeping with Summer Santa’s no-overhead policy, only cost $300 to put on. Yet it raised thousands.

And here’s a preview video of Elvis. You can purchase tickets for the event here.