JUNE 10th – 2pm to 5pm
For the last 10 years, in conjunction with National Gymnastics Day and USA Gymnastics, NCG has raised money for the local San Diego area Children’s Miracle Network beneficiary, Rady Children’s Hospital. This year, we are going for the gold with our first ever fundraising meet, the COACHES CUP. Our coaches will compete against each other on all four women’s events doing actual routines. All proceeds from this exciting event, from ticket sales, donations, and corporate sponsorships, will go directly to Radys Children’s Hospital. Real judges, real gymnastics… mostly 😉 …real fun.
You can take part in 4 different ways:
1. Purchase tickets to attend the event. Tickets are $15 to $35 with a Coaches Cup commemorative t-shirt. Click HERE to purchase your tickets now.
2. Have your company sign up for a Corporate Sponsorship. From Gold Level to Diamond Level, there is a package for any company. Click HERE for more information or purchase your sponsorship level HERE.
3. Sponsor an “Athlete Coach.” The top 2 fundraisers for each Coach Athlete get to coach a coach at the event (check out all the contest info HERE). You can sign up and donate HERE. Get more information on our Athlete Coaches and direct links to their fundraising pages HERE.
4. Do a J2 Sport Leotard donation. Go to the desk at North County Gymnastics to make a donation and receive a complimentary leotard courtesy of J2 Sport! (Leos are subject to quantity and size availability. $5 minimum donation.)
What does your donation do:
$5 – Transportation for children to and from their therapy session
$10 – A medical play doll for doctors to explain procedures to young patients
$30 – A specially engineered “cuddle cub” for families after they’ve lost a little one
$50 – Supplies for the Nite Nite Cart that visits patients every evening
$100 – A red wagon that patients ride through the hallways instead of a wheelchair
$250 – Prizes for Friday Bingo for patients and siblings
$1000 – A 3D printing of a heart for surgeons to use to plan their surgeries and to explain procedures to patients and their families