Seattle, WA - Monster Energy 2009 AMA/FIM Supercross Series Champion James Stewart and MX for Children have joined forces for the 2009 MX for Children 'Giving Thanks' Charity auction. James Stewart has graciously contributed and autographed unique Supercross collectibles to help raise money for Seattle's Children's Hospital.
Items in the auction include hard to find autographed Answer Racing JS Collection jersey and pants; autographed race plastic components from James Stewart's actual L&M Racing San Manuel Racing Yamaha Supercross race bike.
"We are blown away with the tremendous generosity this year from James" stated Paul Gross, founder of MX for Children. "James has helped us in the past and continues to support our cause. This is a great way for us to end our fund-raising year and James is showing us what a true Champion he is."
The eBay auction commences Dec. 1st and ends Dec. 10th. To learn more about the auction, please visit us at www.mxforchildren.org, our Facebook page, or on twitter. On eBay, search for items for sale by "MXforChildren". All proceeds from the auction benefit uncompensated care at Seattle Children's Hospital and help advance hydrocephalus research.
MX for Children sincerely thanks James Stewart, L&M Racing LLC, Answer Racing, Oakley, and Next Level Sports Management for their contributions and support with this year's auction.
About MX for Children and Seattle Children's Hospital Guild Association
MX for Children was founded in 2005 by Paul Gross and Lori Poliski, parents of William, whose life was saved by the doctors and nurses at Seattle Children's Hospital on the second day of his life. MX for Children works to create a positive and synergistic bond between motocross enthusiasts and Children's Hospitals across the continent. For 2008 year to date, MX for Children has raised over $150,000 for local Children's Hospitals. For more information, visit www.mxforchildren.org or contact MX for Children at email@example.com
The Seattle Children's Hospital Guild Association is a diverse group of nearly 7,500 women, men, and teens who contribute their time, energy and compassion to support the work of Seattle Children's Hospital. Since the first guild started by Anna Clise in 1907, coinciding with the establishment of the Pacific Northwest region's first hospital for children, today's Guild Association is the largest all volunteer fundraising organization for any hospital in the nation. Incorporated in 1987 as a nonprofit organization and a subsidiary of Seattle Children's Health Care System, its mission is to serve as advocates through volunteer, philanthropic and educational endeavors to ensure excellent care for all children in our region. For more information, visit seattlechildrens.org or contact the Guild Association at firstname.lastname@example.org