Raised of $5,000

Waukee Warriors

49 total points

Team participating in Every Kick Counts 2022

Takes place May 17, 2022 - Jan 1, 2023

Captained by Max Bartachek

Our Mission

We're excited to join this incredible initiative! This organization's mission is very important to us and we're proud to help them make a difference. Please support us by giving to our page. Every dollar counts! Thank you.

Team Members 2

Max Bartachek

3 mo. ago

If you made a pledge per point and want the donation to be in the 2022 tax year, you can change your pledge to an exact amount. Or in January you will receive an email to confirm your pledge per point. I made 49 points. Thank you for your donation, I have raised $5450 dollars so far.

Max Bartachek

5 mo. ago

Max’s Mom here: I just had to share this great article and interview Max did this past week. Also, it’s pretty cool to hear a 17yr. Old boy mention stillborn, talk about EKC, and share his love for his football team. Thank you ALL for being such a great support to him. Feel free to share. ❤️ Much love, Jill

Article: https://yournews.com/2022/10/10/2430986/raising-more-than-just-the-score/

Audio Interview:


Max Bartachek

5 mo. ago




Per point



Our team had a big win and I set a new school record for the amount of field goals in a season. The record was 8 back in 1997 & 2016, tonight I made my 9th for the season. We have 2 games left in the season for me to potentially earn more points for Every Kick Counts.

Contributions 72


Julie Jennings donated $50 to Max Bartachek

2 months ago

Anonymous donated $50 to Max Bartachek

3 months ago


Lucas Bartachek donated $50 to Max Bartachek

Proud of you……however you wouldn’t be here with out me. #your 1st coach.

3 months ago

Anonymous donated $100 to Max Bartachek

3 months ago


Corinne Seiser donated $25 to Max Bartachek

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: