Covering four decades, 40 rare Motocross and Supercross prints donated to raise funds for Children's Hospital
Seattle, WA. (November 29, 2007) - MX for Children and 12 of the world's top Motocross and Supercross Photographers have joined forces for the 2007 MX for Children Charity Photo auction. Forty rare images from these top Photographer's portfolios have been donated to help raise money for Seattle's Children's Hospital. Donated images span from the 1970's to this year's racing season. Riders such as Roger DeCoster, Danny 'Magoo' Chandler, David Bailey, Jeremy McGrath, James Stewart and Ricky Carmichael are represented. Racing action on circuits such as Unadilla, the famed Belgian track Namur, Daytona, and Hangtown are captured.
The eBay-hosted auction runs for 10 days and will end on December 3rd, 2007. To review the auction images, please access this link.
All proceeds from the auction will benefit uncompensated care at Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Centers and help advance hydrocephalus research at Children's Hospital. MX for Children sincerely thanks the following Photographers for their contributions: Paul Buckley, Simon Cudby, Andrew Fredrickson, Steve Giberson, Trevor Hawk, Frank Hoppen, Jeff Kardas, Fran Kuhn, Roddy MacLeod, Geoff Meyer, Chip Morton, Plons, Rex Backman, and Michael Stusiak.
About MX for Children and 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 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. In 2007, MX for Children has raised over $100,000 for local Children's Hospitals. For more information, visit www.mxforchildren.org or contact MX for Children at email@example.com
The 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 Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center. 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 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