Proceeds benefit Team Jack Foundation
Based on 5 hits, each worth $1,241.60
This October, the Kansas City Royals will look to defeat their opponent in the 2014 World Series. Left fielder Alex Gordon also wants to defeat pediatric brain cancer.
For each hit that Alex records during the 2014 World Series, you can pledge a donation that will go directly to the Team Jack Foundation in support of pediatric brain cancer research.
Alex is asking you to step up to the plate and pledge!
The former Nebraska Cornhusker is a member of Team Jack. Gordon, a two-time American League All-Star, was one of the first Team Jack All-Stars. All proceeds from this pledge campaign as well as Alex’s Team Jack t-shirt support pediatric brain cancer research.
“Playing in the upcoming World Series is going to be the honor of a lifetime. I am so thankful to my coaches and teammates for this opportunity. I am also thankful that I will able to use this national platform to help find a cure for pediatric brain cancer. I am excited to continue to support such a great cause and to dedicate the hits made during the series to the families all across the country who are fighting this disease. Please join me by pledging to donate for every hit I record during the series,” said Gordon.
Thank you for supporting Alex Gordon and Team Jack!
Thank you to our campaign supporters:
· The Home Agency, Jim & Sharri Baldonado
· Husker Auto Group, Lincoln, Nebraska
· Markel BMW, Omaha, Nebraska
Please note that your pledge will be for the entire World Series, regardless of when the donation/ pledge is placed.
|10/21||World Series Game 1||0||-|
|10/22||World Series Game 2||0||-|
|10/24||World Series Game 3||1||$1,242|
|10/25||World Series Game 4||1||$1,242|
|10/26||World Series Game 5 (if necessary)||0||-|
|10/28||World Series Game 6 (if necessary)||1||$1,242|
|10/29||World Series Game 7 (if necessary)||2||$2,483|
This campaign benefits
The Team Jack Foundation's mission is to raise money to fund impactful pediatric brain cancer research and work to create national awareness for the disease.
Contributions made to this campaign are tax-deductible.View Website