Author And Non Profit Leader To Hold Book Signing At Keokuk Yacht Club

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Author Erich Mische

The non-profit Executive Director who took a leaky homemade raft down the Mississippi River from St. Paul, Minnesota to Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2020 has published a book detailing his dangerous journey to keep his organization afloat and has embarked upon a 10-state book tour to promote it. Erich Mische, author and Executive Director of the non profit Spare Key will be in town for a meet and greet for his book, “Hope On The River: An Unlikely Captain’s 1700-Mile Mississippi River Journey On A Leaky Raft To Save His NonProft”.

In 2020, Spare Key, like nearly every non-profit in America, was in danger of closing its doors because of the economic impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Its Executive Director decided to journey down the Mississippi River in a desperate attempt to raise funds and awareness for the organization to keep it afloat. One year after his trip, Mische has written and published a book and is on a 10-state book to promote it and Spare Key and its www.HelpMeBounce.org platform to support families facing a medical crisis avoid adding a financial crisis to their lives.

The book signing event will take place at the Keokuk Yacht Club, 2029 River Rd, Keokuk, IA , Monday August 30th from 4-5pm.

More On Spare Key: Spare Key is a Minnesota-based non-profit registered to serve families with a critically ill or seriously injured family member in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. No matter the illness, no matter the injury, no matter the income. We help families “Bounce and Not Break” through our Help Me Bounce platform, harnessing the power of crowdfunding to connect thousands of families directly to donors. We are committed to helping families stay by their loved one’s side by relieving the stress, anxiety, and financial burden that comes with a medical crisis.

For additional information, please contact Erich Mische,

(651) 600-1188 or at erich@sparekey.org

Written by: Leah Jones

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