WHAT IS THE UNCOMPENSATED CARE FUND?The Uncompensated Care Fund at Seattle Children’s Hospital is what has helped Gabby and other kids in similar life threatening situations get the kind of care required for the best quality of life possible, regardless of the families ability to pay for the treatment.WHEN IS IT?
Saturday, April 29th 11:30am
HOW YOU CAN HELP:
This is a team event, 2 guys, 2 girls. Sponsor you team with a donation or even become one of the 2 male or 2 female athletes representing your gym in the competition. A Children’s Hospital website is set up to accept your donations and to make sure that your donation is allocated to your teams total
donation for the event.Prizes will be awarded to the team that wins “The Giving For Gabby WOD” competition, as well as the team that gets the most money donated to the Uncompensated Care Fund at Childrens (Giving Champion). A donation page will be set up for your team to track funds when your team registers.
Swag bags will be provided to the athletes who compete in the event.
Please come out to CrossFit Kenmore this Saturday to encourage team Kirkland CrossFit compete in a FUNdraiser!! The team is Allison King, Nemecia, Morning Mike Neville, and on top of the world #1 men’s category age 50-55 Kevin Koester. This is a great opportunity to support our community as they compete at our neighbors house. If you got some money ready to donate, I’m sure they can help you with that. Below is the event information Kenmore has shared:
CrossFit Kenmore is hosting a fundraiser in the form of a CrossFit competition. All proceeds go the Uncompensated Care Fund at Children’s Hospital. The Fund has personally assisted one of our coach’s children, Gabby, in her care since birth. CrossFit is a powerful community and we are excited to use this connection to pay it forward and help this incredible organization.