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Kettlebells for Kids

Team Member: Kettlebells For Kids

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EVENT DATE Feb 22, 2015

THE STORY:

Phillip Mix wrote -

To sign up for the event go to www.squadup.com/events/kettlebells-for-kids

Suggested donation for competitors is $10 but you can donate/raise as much money for the cause as you'd like or can.

We have Rx men and women and scaled men and women divisions.

Kettlebells For Kids (K4K) is a Los Angeles-based charitable organization whose mission is to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer patient support  through community based fundraising and service activities.

K4K's primary fundraiser is the through circuit-training-style competitions hosted by local gyms.

Funds raised through K4K will go to another Los Angeles-based charitable organization called Lights, Camera, Cure. Lights Camera Cure is a California non-profit corporation, and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization. Tax ID # 46-3005523. The corporation was founded in May 2013 and is currently an all-volunteer organization.

$95

MONEY RAISED
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  • Anonymous

    $10

  • Josh Rose

    $25

  • Ashley H

    $10

  • Valerie L.

    $10

  • Josh Mazin

    $20

  • rene and maria Elena lopez

    $20

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Organized by

Kettlebells for Kids

This is a direct to organizer fundraiser.

Fundraise for this Campaign

The Team: $140 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Fundraiser Title

Kettlebells For Kids

Amount Raised

$95

Fundraiser Title

Kettlebells for Kids

Amount Raised

$45

Donor Comments

rene and maria Elena lopez

rene and maria Elena lopez

DONATION: $20

3 years ago

Josh Mazin

Josh Mazin

DONATION: $20

3 years ago

Valerie L.

Valerie L.

DONATION: $10

3 years ago

Ashley H

Ashley H

DONATION: $10

3 years ago

Josh Rose

Josh Rose

DONATION: $25

3 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $10

Excited! 3 years ago

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