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  Aug 08 2020

A special edition of the Annual BAYER MUNDIALITO Cup: MUNDIALITO RUNS FOR WPP!


Event date: August 2020

Suggested donation: $30


Following the tradition of our Bayer Mundialito Football/Soccer Cup, and due to the current unprecedented circumstances, we are hosting a special virtual Mundialito edition this year. Please join us for the “MUNDIALITO RUNS FOR WPP”!


Participants may run, walk or bike for a great cause! For a $30 donation, and corresponding Bayer match request, you are eligible to enter a raffle with great prizes: Airpods, Apple Watch 5, portable grill and more! The more you donate, the more raffle tickets and chances to win.


Want to do more? If you run/walk/bike through the end of August; post in Yammer or send us a picture of your time/watch. We will collect the time and apply for a collective Bayer grant.


As in past years, all proceeds will benefit our charity partner World Pediatric Project (https://www.worldpediatricproject.org/). There are currently 10 kids waiting to come to the US in the next few months to receive life changing surgical care; let’s make this possible! Every donation counts!


Amount Descriptions

$30

Assists with ongoing costs of toiletries and other basic living items for seven patients currently in St. Louis  (eligible for 1 raffle ticket)

$50

Helps cover a family's groceries for one week while receiving care in St. Louis  (eligible for 2 raffle tickets)

$100

Covers the cost of a child's medication for a full month (eligible for 4 raffle tickets)

$250

Sponsors the surgery of one child in a partner country during a surgical mission led by an STL medical volunteer  (eligible for 12 raffle tickets + WPP dove pin)

$500

Provides housing and groceries for a full month for a family through our housing partner, Ronald McDonald House  (eligible for 30 raffle tickets +  WPP dove pin)

$1,000

Enables WPP to purchase an airline ticket for a child coming to St. Louis for surgical  treatment (special recognition item)

Posted by World Pediatric Project