On January 3rd Dreaming For Kids was incredibly fortunate to be able to attend Nitro Circus Live’s very first Canadian Show to auction off a one of a kind helmet signed by the entire Nitro Circus Live crew. Not only was it an incredible show but the fundraiser was an amazing success! Dreaming For Kids would like to thank everyone for their support and the Nitro Circus Live crew and their fans for their incredible contribution.
We wanted to share the journey of this amazing helmet and give many thanks to the entire Nitro Circus Live crew and especially “Special Greg” for all of his efforts in making this fundraising initiative possible. It all started last year in Moscow, Russia on their 2013 Nitro Circus Live European Tour. The crew received a helmet and “Special Greg” being the gracious man he is, turned to Dreaming For Kids and offered it to us for our fundraising goals. Within days everyone signed the helmet and we knew we had a wonderful opportunity.
As their tour continued, the helmet followed touching Russia, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Scotland, Holland, Belgium, Netherlands, France, UK and the USA until they were able to get it to us on the first leg of their 2014 North American tour on January 3rd in Hamilton, Ontario. Here over 10,000 Nitro Circus Live fans had a chance to win this incredible prize!!
The lucky winner was ALEX CLEARY!!!
Alex Cleary is ten years old from St. Catherines, Ontario. His favorite rider is Travis Pastrana and he loved the Nitro Circus Live show! As it turns out, Alex was not the only one with luck on his side because his mother had also won VIP tickets to the Nitro Circus Live show from Southern Ontario’s Best Rock 97.7 HTZ-FM!
We absolutely want to THANK Nitro Circus Live and Copps Coliseum for allowing us to take part on January 3. To the Nitro Circus Live crew and their fans, thanks so much for supporting us and our cause. Our raffle raised $2900 to go towards our current projects! Everyone has helped Dreaming For Kids on our mission to empower orphaned children in Eastern Africa through access to education and we are forever grateful.