$2,502

Raised of $2,000

Based on 38 points each worth $65.84

Jack Gearhart

38/30 points

Participating in Every Kick Counts 2022

May 17, 2022 - Jan 1, 2023

Team Captain of Waukee Northwest

My Mission

I'm excited to turn my stats on the football field into a WIN for my community by becoming an Every Kick Counts athlete, and I hope you will help!

During the upcoming football season, I'll be raising money for Count the Kicks, a life-saving stillbirth prevention campaign of the nonprofit organization Healthy Birth Day, Inc. Count the Kicks teaches expecting parents about the importance of tracking their baby's movements (and kicks!)...because Every Kick Counts (even before we are born!)

This campaign is very important to me. Count the Kicks has saved babies in 26 states and 3 counties, and I am proud to help make a life-saving difference. Please support my effort this coming football season by making a pledge per point or making a flat donation. Every Kick Counts (both on and off the field) AND Every Dollar Counts, too!

I plan to make every point count, both on and off the field!

Jack Gearhart

2 mo. ago

1

points

$65.84

Per point

$65.84

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Jack Gearhart

3 mo. ago

3

points

$65.84

Per point

$197.52

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Jack Gearhart

3 mo. ago

8

points

$65.84

Per point

$526.72

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Jack Gearhart

3 mo. ago

1

points

$65.84

Per point

$65.84

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Jack Gearhart

3 mo. ago

2

points

$65.84

Per point

$131.68

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Contributions 31

MM

Matt McBurney donated $250

3 months ago

SZ

Sarah Zinn-Burggraaf donated $100

Great work this season, Jack!

3 months ago

NC

Nicole Campbell pledged $3.50 per point ($133)

3 months ago

TC

Thomas Campbell pledged $1 per point ($38)

3 months ago

Zb

Zach burggraaf donated $160

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3 months ago

Every Kick Counts (even before we are born!)

Your generous donations support Count the Kicks, a life-saving stillbirth prevention campaign that teaches expecting parents the importance of paying attention to their baby's movements (and kicks!) even before they are born. Ruby was saved because her mom knew to Count the Kicks. Here's her story as featured on Good Morning America: