49ers Visit JW House – 2014
JW House has been fortunate to partner with the San Francisco 49ers since 2013. Each year, players visit JW House for the Red and Gold Board Game Tournament. Children facing medical crises and their families have the opportunity to play board games with some of their heroes – and the players have a great time being kids again!
In 2014, one of the board game tournament participants, Kassim Osgood, won the Perry and Yonamine Unity Award for great sportsmanship on and off the field. Kassim Osgood received a $10,000 award to give to the charity of his choice, and he chose JW House! Thank you, Kassim!
In 2014, JW House was a beneficiary of the 49ers Foundation’s Touchdowns for Kids program. For each great play on the field, JW House received a donation:
- $1000 for each 49ers touchdown
- $200 for each 49ers interception
- $200 for each 49ers field goal
- $200 for each 49ers sack
Thank you so much to the 49ers for their continued partnership and support!
GRAND PRIZE – $200 cash prize
Have your high schooler grab 5 friends and come join the fun at the 5th Annual JW House Student Board Dodje Brawl Tournament!
When: Sunday, January 25th 9:45 AM – 1:00 PM
Where: Bellarmine Gym
$8.00 / person – Singles or Teams of 6
Registration Deadline: Monday, 1/19/15
There will be both a girls and boys division
100% of Tournament proceeds BENEFIT THE JW House’s Guest Assistance Program – One Dodje Brawl Team Registration will cover the costs of 1 overnight stay at the JW House for a family whose loved ones are in the hospital.
Join us in supporting JW House as we celebrate our 6th Anniversary!
Saturday, September 20, 2014
3850 Homestead Road, Santa Clara
We will be celebrating six years of keeping families together when they need each other most with an afternoon of fun, including a silent auction and an inspiring program. We look forward to seeing you at our annual event.
Space is limited.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 408-606-8545.
Registration will be limited to the first 250 people.