At Jumpstreet, we place a high value in staying active in the communities of our various locations across the country. To show our support, Jumpstreet is pleased to provide these community organizations an opportunity to help raise money for their causes while still enjoying all of the fun to be had at Jumpstreet through our interactive fundraising program – “Bounce for Bucks”. This program is designed to help organizations raise money in a fun and simple way by donating a portion of our proceeds at a selected time and date at a Jumpstreet within your community.
Below are a few of the organizations we have had the opportunity to work with, and the form needed to get in contact with our coordinator to see how we can provide our support for your cause as well!
On behalf of the team at GraMedica, I wanted to personally extend my warmest thanks to the entire Jumpstreet staff for their extraordinary support of last Saturday’s Phoenix-area Free Foot Screening. The event was the our first ever outreach effort, dedicated to increasing public awareness of the effects of misaligned feet and knowledge about innovative treatments such as HyProCure®. Jumpstreet’s efforts – at both the corporate and store levels – were key in making the event a success.
The event finished up with nine local foot and ankle surgeons having performed free foot examinations on approximately 400 people at both the Glendale and Chandler Jumpstreet locations. In several cases, patients drove for more than an hour and waited in line for another half hour just to participate. They shared many personal and emotional stories, such as the mother of a teenage girl who said her daughter had visited countless doctors and tried many kinds of orthotic shoe inserts over the past 8 years, none of which had helped. After an hour-long drive and speaking with Dr. Sarraf at Chandler, they now have hope that HyProCure® may be the solution her daughter needs. Read More…
Jumpstreet has been a dedicated supporter of the Hope Kids organization for children with cancer or other terminal illnesses since opening our doors in Arizona in 2009. We feel that the Hope Kids mission, which states “There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as the expectation of something tomorrow,” is congruent with our core values as a company and have therefore donated an annual two-hour private event at multiple locations for these families amounting to upwards of $7,000 in services. This event has come to be known as one of Hope Kids’ and Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park’s most rewarding events of the year thanks to the wonderful memories often cited by the families of these brave children.
KS 107.5 A Christmas Wish
For the past 10 years, the KS 107.5 Morning Show has been raising money and granting wishes for Denver families in need. jumpstreet® was very proud to partner with KS107.5 and the Morning Show for the 2012 Christmas Wish. Please click on the names below to hear two of those wishes granted live on the air.
KMLE/Fulton Homes Packs for Kids:
JumpStreet was delighted to be asked to participate in KMLE/Fulton Homes Packs for kids which benefited the children of the Neighborhood Center through Tim & Willy’s Fun-Dation. Listeners of KMLE donated much needed school supply items and on August 11th Tim & Willy broadcast live for 4 hours from our Glendale, AZ location where over 200 kids arrived to collect their backpacks and enjoy a couple of hours of time at JumpStreet!
jumpstreet® was proud to host a week long fundraising campaign for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and the American Diabetes Foundation in April of 2012. Our Glendale, AZ Store Manager Heather Bowie “jumped” at the chance to present our check for $7,214.00 on May 16th, 2012.
Kids Giving 4 Kids:
jumpstreet® partnered with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, The Denver Broncos Charities, Clear Channel Radio and Denver Police Activities League to launch the 1st annual Kids Giving 4 Kids Sports Equipment drive which commenced on July 7th, 2012 . Over the next three weeks kids from all over the Denver Metro area dropped off their gently used sports equipment to all Denver jumpstreet® locations and select Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children locations. We are thrilled to announce that we collected over 1500 items that are now in use by the Denver Police Activities League Sports Programs and other programs throughout the city. We also presented the 1st Annual Officer Celena Hollis Good Citizen’s Award to Jared Hodison Jr. Jared participates on PAL sponsored football team and was nominated for exhibiting excellent teamwork skills, and a great sense of right and wrong. Someone that is always there for his friends. Jared was presented his award and Very Important Kid (VIK) Denver Bronco’s Training Camp experience package on Monday August 6th at PAL Headquarters by Denver Police Chief White.
In addition, each child who donated sports equipment received a free one hour full access pass to visit jumpstreet® and an entry form to win the other VIK experience. The name was pulled by Jake Schroeder, Assistant Director of PAL and the winner was Johnny Garcia from Boulder.
jumpstreet® supports the American Cancer Society!
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.
Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature event in which we are celebrating cancer survivors, remembering those we have lost to cancer, and fighting back against a disease that takes too much from too many. Money raised helps to further our mission.
jumpstreet® was delighted to host an day long fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society at both of our Arizona locations on August 11th, 2012. The event raised over $2500 that for Relay for Life!
jumpstreet® raises $7500 for Denver Police Department Orphans fund
We, like the rest of the Denver Community, were very saddened when we heard the news about Denver Police Officer Celena Hollis being shot and killed at a jazz concert while working as an off duty officer. Officer Hollis dedicated her life to serving Denver and Detroit as a police officer and she was very passionate about her volunteer work, including a bone marrow drive for U.S. Soldiers.
When we found out that she was survived by a twelve year old daughter, we wanted to determine a way that we could help. It was a true honor for us when the Denver Police Orphan’s fund agreed for us to host a three day long fundraiser to benefit Officer Hollis’ daughter. The event was a huge success raising $7500 for her daughter.