13% of $25,000 goal
On March 24, Las Vegas Electric and the Amped Electric Games will be hosting a P-Jamma Jam electric vehicle ride to benefit ACCO. This special event will feature all formats of personal electric vehicles and riders from all over the country, all coming together for a good cause: raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer.
Then on March 25th Amped Electric Games is GOING GOLD® with ACCO in Las Vegas, NV. They'll be bringing you the qualifying rounds at ESK8Con a high-speed fun electric skateboard event. Finals from the event will be featured on March 26th.
You won't miss any of the action because it will be broadcast LIVE at Youtube.com/AmpedElectricGames
Donations of $10 or more made on this page between March 20th and March 28th will be eligible for entry into a raffle held March 31st for a Begode MTEN4 and other prizes.
Special thanks to the sponsors of this event including:
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Why Gold? In 1997, a group of parents of children impacted by cancer chose gold to represent childhood cancer. Thus, the gold ribbon! Ever since then, supporters around the world GO GOLD® to show their support for childhood cancer warriors and heroes.
Amped Electric Games' Why: Turbo is a NYC-based EUC rider who won the "Broadway Bomb" two years in a row on his Veteran Sherman "Caution Wheel". Turbo's family has been affected by childhood cancer. His family's strength and resilience in the plight of their child's cancer recovery inspired Amped Electric Games to choose the American Childhood Cancer Organization as a partner to benefit other families afflicted with this disease.
The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is one of the nation’s largest grassroots organizations at the forefront of the crucial battle against childhood cancer. We are dedicated to improving the lives of children living with childhood cancer or its long-term impacts, and to offering critical advice, support, and assistance to families engaged in this life-altering struggle. Together with our ever-expanding network of local divisions across the country, we offer essential programs and services designed to address the critical needs that families facing this dreaded diagnosis encounter every day. As a leader in the national fight against childhood cancer, we speak for the needs of families and survivors, and in doing so, we help shape policy, research, and programs, nationally and internationally, that affect the lives of cancer-stricken families today and tomorrow. If you have a child fighting childhood cancer, if you have lost a child to cancer, or if your child is a survivor, then we are here for you, and we are committed to serving you and others like you in our nation-wide community until the day when no child dies and no child is left with life-long effects from this devastating disease.