Michigan basketball coach John Beilein in a competition to raise money for the St. Louis Center
With the help of Michigan basketball fans, Wolverines coach John Beilein will compete in the Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge for a chance to win up to $100,000 for the St. Louis Center in Chelsea.
The challenge, which began Wednesday, features 48 college basketball head coach coaches from across the country.
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From Wednesday until Feb. 27, fans can vote for Beilein and the St. Louis Center at www.espn.com/infiniti. An ESPN member name is required, and fans may vote once per day for their favorite coach and charity in each region.
The top vote-getter in each region will move to a final four. Voting for the final four will take place from Feb. 28-March 8.
Established in 1960, the St. Louis Center is a caring, residential, living and learning environment providing for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The St. Louis Center is administered by the Servants of Charity Congregation of Catholic missionary priests and brothers who have dedicated their lives to caring for the "poorest of the poor" of the world, especially persons with developmental disabilities.
For more information on the St. Louis Center, visit www.stlouiscenter.org.
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