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Fundraising Levels, Prizes, and Standings



FUNDRAISING LEVELS

  $300 Fundraising Minimum

Every participant is required to meet the $300/person fundraising minimum by event day. The minimum does not include the $80 registration fee, but does take into account team funds equally allocated to each team member. Your portion of your team split will not be reflected in your Personal or Team Participant Centers, but is manually calculated by staff the night before the event. It is each participant's responsibility to ensure they meet the minimum in order to enter the building and climb on event day.

 

  Incentive Store

Participants who fundraise $500 or more by the fundraising deadline of March 30, 2018 will receive an invite to make a selection from our Incentive Store at the end of the season. Participants can only make one selection, i.e. if you qualify for the $3,000 incentive level, you may not pick multiple items from lower levels that equate to $3,000. 2018 incentive items will ship in summer.

Official 2018 Incentive Store coming soon. 

  Early Bird

 NEW IN 2018: The Early Bird fundraising level has increased to $1,800.

 Participants who fundraise $1,800 or more (including team split) by the fundraising deadline of March 30, 2018 will be guaranteed a spot during early registration for the 2019 event. Early Bird registration is held one week before general registration opens. Those who qualify for Early Bird will receive an email containing the registration link on the morning of Early Bird registration. 

  VIP

NEW IN 2018: The VIP fundraising level has increased to $2,800.

Participants who raise $2,800 or more by event day receive a series of event day perks that include: access to the VIP area with catered food, personal bag check, and a commemorative gift.

Additionally, those who reach VIP level by the fundraising deadline of March 30, 2017 will also receive an invitation to the Climbs Award Ceremony, held in the Columbia Tower Club in early May 2018.

  Elite 25

  The top 25 individual fundraisers at 1700 PST on March 2nd, 2018 will become members of this exclusive group. The Elite 25 will each receive a series of perks that include: an Elite 25 gift, an invite to a tour of a LLS-funded blood cancer research lab (to be held in Summer 2018), the battalion start time of their choice, and access to the Columbia Center the day before the Climb to reserve their team's space for event day.  


 Top Teams

2017 Prizes: 

1st Place: Bose bluetooth speaker (or additional Early Bird slots*) 
 2nd Place: Additional Early Bird slots*
 3rd Place: Additional Early Bird slots*

*Early Bird slots are in addition to those team members who raise $1,800+ for the 2018 Climb. Number of slots will be based on fundraising efforts of the entire team. Early Bird slots are only good for the 2019 Scott Firefighter Stairclimb.

Top Individuals  

2017 Prizes:

1st Place:  Two (2) coach, round-trip tickets on Alaska Airlines and a four (4) night hotel stay in a Marriott destination
 (dates and locations determined upon hotel availability and participant choice)
 2nd place:  Additional incentive item up to $5,000 level
 3rd place:  Additional incentive item up to $2,500 level

*Early Bird slots are in addition to those team members who raise $1,800+ for the 2018 Climb. Number of slots will be based on fundraising efforts of the entire team. Early Bird slots are only good for the 2019 Scott Firefighter Stairclimb.

  Top Teams Per Capita

2017 Prizes:

 1st Place: Bose bluetooth speaker (or additional Early Bird slots*)
 2nd Place: Additional Early Bird slots*
 3rd Place: Additional Early Bird slots*

*Early Bird slots are in addition to those team members who raise $1,800+ for the 2018 Climb. Number of slots will be based on fundraising efforts of the entire team. Early Bird slots are only good for the 2019 Scott Firefighter Stairclimb.



 


2017 TOP FUNDRAISERS

Last updated 4/3/17 after the fundraising deadline of March 31, 2017. 

Note: Only the top 3 individuals, teams, and per capita teams out of those listed below will receive the "Top" fundraising prizes.

              TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS 

                  TOP 10 TEAMS 

TOP 10 TEAMS - PER CAPITA (3+ Individuals)

1.

  Scott Thorsteinson, Burien/Highline Fire

  $50,018   1.

  Seattle Fire - Team Tristan

  $91,164 1.

  Coeur d'Alene 

  $6,224  
2.   Scott Robinson, Coeur d'Alene   $20,617    2.   Burien/North Highline Fire   $76,362 2.   Tumwater Fire   $5,267
3.   Richard Brown, Boise Fire   $16,557    3.   Richland Fire Department   $59,769 3.   Skagit Disctrict 8   $5,151
4.   Tim Woodland, Burien/North Highline Fire  $16,106 4.   Boise Firefighters   $56,827 4.   Keizer Fire Department   $4,735
5.   Justin Smith, Vancouver Fire Local 452   $14,763   5.   Everett Fire   $53,397 5.   Burien/North Highline Fire   $4,320
6.   Marnie Fox, Boeing Fire   $14,429 6.    Corvallis Fire Department   $35,233 6.   Longview Fire Department   $3,893
7.   Damon Bryan, Richland Fire Department   $12,016   7.   Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue/Local 1660   $28,124 7.   Burley Fire Department    $3,301
8.   Amber Butler, Keizer Fire Department   $11,632 8.   Boeing Fire   $27,409 8.   Vancouver Fire Local 452   $3,203
9.   Mike Mann, Longview Fire   $10,570  9.   City of Buckley Fire Department   $26,379 9.   Chico Fire Department   $2,990
10.   Jasper Stenstrom, Graham Fire   $10,155 10.    Bend Fire & Rescue   $25,823 10.   Great Falls Fire Rescue   $2,623

 

ELITE 25 

  Deadline to qualify for the 2017 Elite 25 was Friday March 3rd at midnight PST.  

1. Scott Thorsteinson Burien/Highline Fire $32,449
2. Marnie Fox Boeing Fire $12,580
3. Jasper Stenstrom Graham Fire $10,055
4. Mark Frazier Central Mason $10,010
5. Amber Butler
Keizer Fire Department  $9,377
6.  Brad Schmidt  Everett Fire  $9,344 
7.  Mike Mann  Longview Fire  $8,215
8.  Richard Brown  Boise Fire  $8,030
9.  Damon Bryan  Richland Fire  $7,917 
10.  Gerard Bawyn  Skagit District 8  $7,255
11.  J.D. Kulbeck  Great Falls Fire Rescue  $6,770
12.  William Allen  Meridian Firefighters  $6,670
13.  Justin Smith  Vancouver Local 452  $6,585
14.  Robert Yencopal  Corvallis Fire  $5,932
15.  Keith Mathews  Columbia River Fire  $5,800
16.  Richard Kilgore  Tumwater Fire   $5,725
17.  Justin Jensen  Burley Fire Department   $5,527
18.  Thomas Haviland  Bethel Fire Department  $5,460 
19.  Mike Emerick  Richland Fire  $5,412 
20.  Derek Gilbert  Marion County Fire District #1 $5,293 
21.   Tim Woodland  Burien/North Highline Fire  $5,095
22.  Troy Maness  East Helena Vol. Fire Department   $5,076
23.  Dan Nelson  Seattle Fire - Team Tristan  $4,941
24.  Corey Gorham  Umatilla County Fire Dist. #1  $4,900
25.  Keith Wright  Central Pierce Fire and Rescue  $4,924

 


GENERAL FUNDRAISING RESULTS

*These fundraising totals do not include team split.

If you want to know how much a team or individual has raised currently, search the name in the Donate button.

  2017 Fundraising Results  

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 Team Totals Per Capita

 

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2016 Fundraising Results

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