On June 27, George Springer and the Stuttering Association for the Young welcomed 400 guests of all ages to Bowlmor Houston. Combining charity and fun, Springer's teammates and local celebrities raised more than $250,000 to send children who need financial assistance to Camp SAY, a two-week-life changing summer camp for young people who stutter, as well as support the Houston George Springer MVP Camp SAY weekend, serving over 125 local children who stutter.

Before letting the games begin, Noah Cornman, executive director of SAY, welcomed the crowd and spoke about the importance of Camp SAY, emphasizing the notion that “every voice matters." He introduced Brogan Walters, a camper who made the trip to Houston for the All-Star Bowling Benefit for the second year, and Isabella Negron, an incoming college freshman who earned a standing ovation for her performance of Sara Bareilles’s song "Brave."

George Springer is the national spokesperson for Camp SAY, and he along with co-chairs Lara Bell and Melissa DeAyala, Junior Chair Matthew DeAyala, Honorary Chair Dr. Carolyn Farb, and many sponsors and supporters made this event possible.

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