Champions for Kids RazorFest
Over the past few months, I have had the amazing opportunity to work with Champions for Kids, a non-profit organization whose goal is to mobilize 20 million people by 2020. What does that mean exactly? It’s simple. Each month, Champions for Kids develops a new SIMPLE Service Project to help improve the lives of children everywhere. It does not matter what you donate or where. What matters is that kids are receiving food, books, clothing etc. that they would not otherwise receive.
This past weekend, I was able to support the Champions for Kids team at RazorFest. For those of you reading this post that are not from Northwest Arkansas, RazorFest is one of the biggest events of the year. Our beloved Razorbacks play in a scrimmage after a day full of fun activities sponsored by Champions for Kids and Abbott Nutrition.
I arrived at 8:30 in the morning to participate in the CFK 1K walk around the stadium. I chose to walk for the Boys and Girls Club. The walk was a unique experience because every few minutes we stopped to listen to a speaker talk about the Fayetteville Boys and Girls Club. I learned about the history of the club and how it is impacting the lives of children in my community.
After the walk, several members of the Collective Bias team were asked to pass out maps of the event and greet people as they walked by. It seemed like the perfect day! The weather was beautiful and everybody appeared to be having a great time. My hope is that we helped raise awareness for Champions for Kids and its mission. If you want to learn more about how you can become involved in this month’s SIMPLE Service Project, please click here. Also, be sure to follow Champions for Kids on Twitter and Facebook.
The CB team had so much fun! Check out some of my pictures below. Thanks for reading!