DRAGONSLAYER 2020 WALK - September 13, 2020
7400 Sandpoint Way Seattle WA 98115
CHECK IN: 9:00 am
WALK KICK OFF: 10:00 am
AFTER PARTY/RECOGNITION: 11:30 am
THE DRAGONSLAYER WALK - TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER
Together, we are fierce. With each step you help Northwest Sarcoma reach our goal - no one will face sarcoma alone.
The Dragonslayer Walk brings together hundreds of passionate people who connect with their friends, families, and supporter communities to raise funds for everyone affected by sarcoma.
Once you register, you will have access to tools to grow your team and reach your fundraising goal. The registration link will register you for the walk. After you have registered, click the TEAM "JOIN ME" LINK. This will allow you to create your team, invite your friends, start raising money for your walk experience, and post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media. If you are a Virtual Walker, you will be able to create a team as well! Add a video, add pictures, and personalize your page. It will give you a unique url/code to share with your friends and family. Be sure to post updates and rally your team. Teams are encouraged to dress up, make signs, and show your team spirit! Awards will be given for most spirited team, best dressed dog, and highest individual and team fundraiser.
Our sponsor Super Jock 'n Jill will be giving a $100 gift certificate to the first TEN individuals (or team captains) who raise $1000.00.
Make sure you participate in the raffles - we have an autographed football by Pete Carroll, wine tasting for 2 and a bottle of wine from Brian Carter Cellars, and a spectacular private wine education/tasting for 20 guests (a 500.00 value)
Are you ready to slay sarcoma?!
Welcome to the Dragonslayer Walk community and thank you for your support!
Each event offers many unique opportunities to align your brand with the Dragonslayer Walk! If you are interested in being a sponsor, please contact us at email@example.com
Seattle Dragonslayer Walk Sponsors
Northwest Sarcoma Foundation serves pediatric and adult patients and families who live in the Pacific Northwest; Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana and Idaho.