Support Claire – enter to win!




Congratulations to Ryan Quinn for winning 2 Club Seat tickets and 1 parking pass to the Browns game of his choice!

Special thanks to Tim Reilly who championed this idea, and for the 2nd year running, donated the tickets and the parking pass.

Thank you to each and every one of the 46 of you who participated in the raffle.  Your support helped raise more than $1,900 – 100% of which goes directly to The Reilly Irrevocable Trust.  Both short and long term, the Trust allows us to provide Claire with the medical necessities and care she needs when we wouldn’t be able to otherwise.  Your prayers, words of support, your participation in this raffle – all are very much appreciated.  Thank you for being a part of and making a difference in Claire’s life.  Thank you for being on this journey with us.

– Sean & Colleen


Enter online to win two (2) Club Seat Tickets and one (1) Parking Pass to the 2013 Cleveland Browns game of your choice!

100% of the proceeds are payable to The Reilly Irrevocable Trust for the benefit of Claire Reilly, an amazing 3-year old girl fighting a daily battle with Rett Syndrome.

Click here to read Claire’s Story and click here for recent updates on her progress.


The raffle winner will have their choice of the following Browns home games:

  • BUFFALO BILLS – Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 8:25 pm – OR –
  • BALTIMORE RAVENS – Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 4:25 pm – OR –
  • PITTSBURGH STEELERS – Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 1:00 pm

Tickets are located in the Lake View Club Level at FirstEnergy Stadium in Section 328 (Row 16, Seats 1-2) and the parking pass is for the W 3rd St. Lot.  The package carries a face value of $280.


Rett Syndrome is a rare and devastating neuro-developmental disorder that condemns 1 in every 20,000 little girls to an entire lifetime of challenges.  These girls are born just like most others and develop normally until 12-18 months of age when they suddenly begin to lose acquired skills.  They are robbed of their ability to speak, walk and use their arms and hands – requiring 24/7 care.  ‘Silent Angels’, as they’re often referred, continue to develop mentally only to be trapped by their inability to communicate.  As they grow older, these girls struggle with disrupted sleep patterns, breathing disorders, scoliosis, fragile bones, seizures, digestive disorders and heart problems, even suffering sudden death.  Rett Syndrome currently has no cure and there are no treatments.  Medicine can offer only supportive measures such as feeding tubes, orthopedic braces and surgeries, and trials of standard seizure medications which are often ineffective.


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