Have you met our partner, Positive Tracks, a kid-centric non-profit for movers and shakers that matches your fundraising dollars up to $45,000!
Positive Tracks is a national, youth-centric nonprofit that partners with the Travis Roy Foundation to help young people get active and give back. Positive Tracks and local funding partners, the Maas Family and an anonymous donor, have created a $45,000 youth fundraising challenge that plugs into the Travis Roy Foundation Wiffle Ball Tournament to double dollars and amplify awareness generated by participants, ages 23 and under.
Here’s the pitch: It can be a challenge to join a wiffleball team, let alone raise money for a charity. Plus, it takes creativity. Generation 23-and-Under are throwing fashion shows; cake sales; and more! You do not need to be on a WIFFLE ball team; tell us your fundraising idea – we’d love to have you JOIN US!!! Through this partnership, young people learn about helping others by experiencing the power of hands-on philanthropy, and the rewards of connecting to a cause on their own terms and turf.
Every dollar raised by youth and matched by Positive Tracks goes to the Travis Roy Foundation to help those with spinal cord injuries, and to research for a cure.
To make a give supporting the cause and the Positive Tracks partnership, please click here to register
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Since 1997, the Travis Roy Foundation has raised and issued grants of over $4,000,000, providing hope and independence for survivors of spinal cord injury and relief for their families. Since 2012, Positive Tracks has matched $110,000 dollars raised by young people for the Travis Roy Foundation.
Are you a TRAVIS ROY FOUNDATION CORPORATE DONORS? Join our partnership party with Positive Tracks, and watch your donated dollars go twice as far. You can RAISE Positive Tracks’ TRF WIFFLEBALL youth challenge grant, and every dollar you give will still go directly to the Travis Roy Foundation! You’ll not only be supporting the Foundation but helping kids support the Foundation using the power of athletics…while experiencing the rush of hands-on philanthropy. For more info, contact – Marge Oppold