Brandon the Fundraiser!

 

Brandon loved to help other kids and raise funds. He asked to participate in fundraisers for St. Jude, Children's Hospital Seattle, Camp Korey and more. Many of these he wanted to do every year, even if he wasn't feeling well. He also readily lent his name and presence at sporting events to help raise awareness. 

 

He also turned his own fundraising ideas into reality with the help of family and friends, including the Kids Kicking 4 Cancer Soccer Clinics, the Children's Hospital Toy Drive, and more. Enjoy these photos of Brandon being out there and involved, and please share this page!

Brandon started fundraising at the age of 4. He helped Flo at KMPS Seattle talk to listeners.
Brandon started fundraising at the age of 4. He helped Flo at KMPS Seattle talk to listeners.
Brandon was honored to be a Chief for a Day with Sheriff John Lovick. At Brandon’s funeral, Sheriff Lovick shed many tears.
Brandon was honored to be a Chief for a Day with Sheriff John Lovick. At Brandon’s funeral, Sheriff Lovick shed many tears.
Brandon loved the ladies! Here he is with the Washington State University cheerleaders.
Brandon loved the ladies! Here he is with the Washington State University cheerleaders.
Brandon and Coach June Daugherty at the Apple Cup (UW vs. WSU).
Brandon and Coach June Daugherty at the Apple Cup (UW vs. WSU).
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Brandon at the Ride 4 Kids Fundraiser – he participated in this event every year.
Brandon at the Ride 4 Kids Fundraiser – he participated in this event every year.
Brandon at the Melting Pot/SIP St. Jude Dinner and Auction. Brandon helped auctioneer Larry Snyder raise up the bids.
Brandon at the Melting Pot/SIP St. Jude Dinner and Auction. Brandon helped auctioneer Larry Snyder raise up the bids.
Brandon always loved to get dressed up! Shopping for clothes one day, he asked if his “butt” looked too big in a pair of jeans!
Brandon always loved to get dressed up! Shopping for clothes one day, he asked if his “butt” looked too big in a pair of jeans!
Brandon was just a boy. Before he was diagnosed, during his illness and in the end, he just wanted to be a boy.
Brandon was just a boy. Before he was diagnosed, during his illness and in the end, he just wanted to be a boy.