Engineer Phillip Goldbloom, Templeton Fire Department
69 Flights I 1,356 Steps I 788 Ft. Vertical Elevation
Climb. Conquer. Cure.
Dear Family and Friends,
For the fifth-year in a row, I will be donning my gear and participating in the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb alongside other coworkers from the Templeton Fire Department. I am asking you to help by supporting my fundraising efforts with a monetary donation. This year, my fundraising goal is $2,000.00. Click either of the links below to donate online. Any amount, great or small, helps in the fight against cancer. I greatly appreciate your support and will keep you posted on my progress! This year, I am doing this climb in memory of Retired Templeton Fire Captain Mike Erb and all others, family or friend out there who have lost their fight or those fighting this dreadful disease. Although some may not be a blood cancer, this is my way of helping find a cure for all cancers. Thank you again for the support on my climb. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions.
At 788 feet of vertical elevation, the Columbia Center in downtown Seattle stands as the second tallest building west of the Mississippi and the tallest building in Seattle. It takes 69 floors of stairs and 1,356 steps to reach the observation deck overlooking the city. On Sunday, March 10, 2018, firefighters will race up the stairs in full turnout gear while on-air to help raise funds and awareness for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). This year, over 2,000 firefighters from 300 different departments are expected to compete in the event, making it the world's largest on-air stair climb competition.
Templeton Fire Department
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