January 23, 2018

OCTC – The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) Auction

You are invited to the Orange County Triathlon Club Annual Dinner & Silent Auction benefiting the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF).

OCTC has incredible auction items including tri gear including Xterra wet suits and bike equipment from Shimano, hotel and travel packages, massages and other services for the active life style, gift certificates for great restaurants, race entries, and tickets to the Angels.

Great Auction Items:The Challenged Athletes Foundation
- $2,400 worth of Xterra Wetsuits!
- $2,000 Gift Certificate for Backroads towards a guided adventure trip!
- $1,400 valued Shimano Wheelset and other great Shimano Gear
- 2 Free Membership to Triathica Academy Triathlon Training Program valued at $450 each
- $350 Apple Gift Card
- Oakley Sunglasses and Gear
- Race Entries, Lessons and Training, Equipment for Triathlon and other sports, Certificates for Restaurants, Coaches, Massages, and much more!

This year the event will on August 25 at Laguna Hills Community Center. Bob Babbitt will be our emcee and auctioneer for our live auction. Sarah Reinersten will be our guest speaker and is the captain of the OCTC relay teams at the San Diego Triathlon Challenge. Last year we raised over $22,000 and we would like to raise even more this year.

As part of the fund raising effort we will have bidding open for entries (swim, bike, or run) in one of OCTC’s Relay Teams to compete at CAF’s San Diego Triathlon Challenge Race in La Jolla, CA on Sunday, October 24th, 2010
(a $500 value, plus $350 goodie-bag full of race gear and clothes!)
See http://www.challengedathletes.org/compete/SDTC_Intro.htm for more information about this amazing event.



OCTriClub members: $35   Non-members: $40
Tickets will be $40 at the door for all.

Click here to purchase your ticket online!


Download a flyer for this event

About Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF)
The Challenged Athletes FoundationSince 1994, the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) has raised more than $21 million and satisfied more than 4,000 funding requests from challenged athletes around the world via its Access for Athletes program. CAF provide funding directly to physically challenged individuals for the acquisition of adaptive sports equipment like sports wheelchairs, mono-skis, tandem bicycles, handcycles and sports prosthetics. Additionally CAF provides funds to entry- and elite-level athletes for training and competition expenses. Through its other programs – Catch a Rising Star (mentoring and introduction to sports), Operation Rebound (for U.S. military personnel and first responders injured while serving) and Reach High (community outreach), the organization reaches an additional 65,000 individuals per year. In 2009, CAF distributed more than $1.36 million in funding to 765 individuals in 49 U.S. states and 25 countries. CAF is a 501c3 non-profit, Tax ID 33-0739596. To learn more, log on to www.challengedathletes.org.

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