2020 WALK TALL Virtual Fundraiser

August 2020
08:00 AM CDT
August 2020
05:10 PM CDT

About Our Auction

Help SpineHope bring Trixia to the United States for life-saving surgery that she cannot get in her home country, the Philippines. COVID-19 suspended our annual WALK TALL fundraiser, but Trixia’s scoliosis continues to progress. Surgical intervention is imperative to help correct her severe scoliosis deformity before she reaches skeletal maturity. We need your help to care for her as soon as possible. The cost of travel and housing plus medical services throughout preoperative care, surgical treatment and postoperative healing is approximately $10,000 per patient. This $10,000 will provide Trixia with over $200,000 worth of donated medical services! Any dollars raised over the goal will be used to help bring another child in 2021.

TO PARTICIPATE: During this week and a half long virtual benefit, there will be THREE WAYS (see below) for you to participate.

1. Bid on Silent Auction items. Check out the donated items you can bid on below!

2. Purchase RAFFLE tickets to win James Avery jewelry and a SpineHope bear HERE: http://app.hellofund.com/WALKTALLRaffle

3. Make a donation to help sponsor and #HealTrixia HERE: https://app.hellofund.com/HealTrixia. Also view this link for Trixia's story and to view her special, personal video message.

During the event, we will be sharing inspiring stories from past SpineHope Hub Program participants on our social media sites @spinehope and on our website: https://www.spinehope.org/events/. We know these are tough times for everyone, but there are still children in desperate need of spine surgery and the list continues to grow. Every dollar makes a difference. Please make a donation that will change a child’s life forever.

About SpineHope

Our mission is to transform the lives of children worldwide through spine surgery, education and research. Since 2008, our Texas-based nonprofit has helped hundreds of children worldwide receive life-changing spine surgery their families could not afford. We provide treatment to children suffering from severe spinal deformities and other debilitating spine conditions. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, we rely entirely on the generous support of our volunteers; donated medical equipment and supplies; and financial donations from corporate sponsors, partners and supportive individuals like you.

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