T.MAC raises money for Christopher Sparkman | Community Spirit
(WXIA) -- All 22 Atlanta-area T.MAC restaurants will raise money for Christopher Sparkman this week.
Sparkman was working as a security guard at a Kennesaw FedEx facility last April when he was shot in the abdomen. Since the shooting, Sparkman has undergone more than 30 surgeries. His wife Jamie Lynn quit her job to help take care of him.
The Sparkman family faces enormous medical bills; Jamie Lynn has spoken publicly about the need for financial assistance.
T.MAC customers who want to help Sparkman pay for his treatment can do so on Thursday, Apr. 2. Diners can drop their receipts in designated collection boxes; 10 percent of their bills will be donated to the Sparkman family.
Atlanta country music station Kicks 101.5 is behind the "A Day for Christopher" campaign, and will broadcast live from the Kennesaw T.MAC from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday.
Visit tmacrestaurants.com to find your nearest T.MAC.
Jamie Lynn Sparkman manages a blog about her husband's recovery. Read it here.
Sparkman was not employed by FedEx when he was shot, but the shipping giant is exploring ways to help him.