Happy Thanksgiving and New "Tasty Treat" UKI Relief Project



Hey friends!


I can’t believe that it’s that time of year again – Thanksgiving, and this year the team and myself have so much to be thankful for. We have all been so blessed by you all and the incredible opportunities we’ve had this year. With that said, we’re not taking that in vain and we’re working hard to pay it forward and help those in need.


That’s why, today, we are announcing our UKI Relief project at The Medford Guy. With the successful launch of the ASK Knife “Tasty Treat” Donut Knives we will be donating $50 of each knife sold to help those caught amidst the conflict in Ukraine. The proceeds of this drive will help those struggling with shelter, food, water, and injuries resulting from the invasion.


Then UKI Relief Fund’s mission is assist in the humanitarian crisis caused by the war. Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians fled their own country, and millions more have been displaced within their homeland. In response to what is happening in Ukraine, they are doing everything they can to help those in need. The UKI Relief Fund focuses on providing shelter, food, medical care, and legal assistance to refugees.


We were fortunate enough to attend a Gala to raise funds for and learn more about the UKI Relief Fund. After attending the Gala and hearing all the incredible stories, we have no doubt that this is the perfect way for The Medford Guy team and our loving Medford maniacs to give back.


You guys (and gals) are seriously the greatest! We will never take your support for granted and I am so excited to see what we are going to do together with this new “Tasty Treat” UKI Relief ASK Knife project. We’ve included some photos of my family and I at the Gala to give you all a behind the scenes look at what an incredible event it was. You might even notice a few knives went on their maiden voyage during the event!


Friends, we love you and we’re thankful for each of you. Cheers to a great holiday season and Happy Thanksgiving to you and you families.


Yours truly,

Jake (The Medford Guy)

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