Help Downhill Racer Candy Dungan In Her Quest For A World Championship!

Monday, December 12, 2016




Help support downhill skateboarder Candy Dungan in her quest for a world championship this year, she can't get to where she wants to go all on her won - she needs a little help! Female skateboarders don't have the money behind them that most of the male skaters do, so any little bit helps girls like Candy in her quest to be the best!

Candy Dungan, 2016 2nd place North American IDF finisher, invites you to join her in the chase for 2017 Women's World Championship! 

Candy Dungan is a competitive downhill skateboarder from Denver, CO. In 2016, Candy raced the North American professional downhill skateboarding circuit (IDF) for the first time and placed 2nd overall in the Women's category and 33rd overall in the Open category. In 2017, Candy wants to race for the World Championship - but she can't do it on her own.

Join Candy in her journey chasing the World Cup, both in Womens and Open, by either purchasing a reward package or contributing to the campaign by January 4, 2017.

Rewards are available from $6 to $2,500 and include some of Candy's favorite items, memorabilia, as well as some opportunities to become part of Candy's circle.

This is an all-or-nothing campaign, meaning that Candy must reach her $8,000 goal by January 4, 2017 in order to receive funding to race for the 2017 World Championship.

Supporting Candy means supporting female skateboarding and media. It means supporting female empowerment, passion, and determination. Supporting Candy is supporting the dream of gender equality, and spreads the message that "yes, we can," because every woman counts. 

You can donate as little as $3.00 or as much as you want, and pick a reward, right HERE

What a great way to show your daughters during the holidays, what it's like to help another girl pursue her dreams.  xx

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