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Beneficiary= Dan McNulty
Dan McNulty= Go Fund Me beneficiary and campaign organizer. Co-chairs with wife Melanie, for NATF’s annual fund raiser.
*All raised funds through this campaign will be withdrawn to Dan's personal bank account. From there, all funds will be wired directly to The North American Transmission Forum (outside of Go FundMe).
Please join us as we 'KNOCK OUT THE CLOT' at SHADOWBOX to raise funds and awareness for Blood Clots – today’s most under-recognized public health crisis affecting over 900,000 people and killing over 300,000 annually, taking more lives each year than opioids, AIDS, breast cancer, and motor vehicle crashes combined.
You’ll be led by Rad Lopez, one of Shadowbox’s empowering, boxing-trained instructors - thorough instruction paired with high-energy music will motivate you throughout the 45 minute meditative boxing workout class. No experience necessary.
Location: SHADOWBOX , 28 W 20th (btwn 5th & 6th avenue)
Class starts at 7:45 PM
Post class enjoy bites, beverages, music & Wellness Package raffle draw
All boxing gear will be provided, please bring workout shoes and be ready to sweat
1. Click "Donate Now"
2. Enter the desired Ticket Tier or donation amount, per below
3. In "Leave a Comment" box, please confirm if your donation is to reserve a spot in class + the first/last name of guest & email (ex. Tier 2 Ticket, Katie Martell, [email redacted]) IF donation only please note 'DONATION ONLY'
4. We will send you a confirmation email with your bag # for class
TIER 4: DONATE ONLY
If you are unable to attend or would like to join after class for food & drinks, help us 'KNOCK OUT THE CLOT' by making a donation -- donations of $200 and above will receive 1 raffle ticket
TIER 1 DONATION: $300 - SOLD OUT
You receive a spot in class, 1 pair of custom boxing gloves, 1 pair of traditional SBX printed wraps, 10 Shadowbox drop-in cards, 1 raffle ticket
TIER 2 DONATION: $200 - SOLD OUT
You receive a spot in class, 1 pair of custom boxing gloves, 8 Shadowbox drop-in cards, 1 raffle ticket
TIER 3 DONATION: $100 - SOLD OUT
You receive a spot in class, 1 pair of custom boxing gloves, 3 Shadowbox drop-in cards
Personal message from Christine, Nicole & Ava Bloom
In 2003, we lost our dad, David Bloom, an NBC News correspondent, to a blood clot while he was an embedded journalist covering the Iraq war.
After his death, our mom, Melanie Bloom-McNulty, became active in spreading awareness, serving as the national spokesperson to educate Americans about the dangers of deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) and its often fatal complication, pulmonary embolism (PE), better known simply as blood clots.
All ages, ethnicities, and both men and women are equally impacted, yet most people are unaware of this devastating yet preventable disease. For many years, our mom’s efforts focused primarily on raising awareness, but she has since partnered with the NATF to help raise funds for critical and life-saving advances in research and treatment, as DVT prevention does not receive the funding or the attention that it warrants.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to the North American Thrombosis Forum .
NATF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to meeting the unmet needs and issues related to blood clots and cardiovascular diseases. Its goal is to improve patient care, outcomes, and public health by advancing thrombosis research and education.
Be sure to check-out Mickey Roberts’ groundbreaking podcast series Knowing Nothing. Click on the link below for this week’s segment “What is a Blood Clot?” http://www.soundpollination.com/knowingnothingpodcast/
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