Three Authors Meet in the Desert to see who is top fundraiser for Sold Out Youth Foundation! Crystal Waltman and Quitting to Win

Campaign Complete

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Total Amount Raised: $1,740.00
Winning Team
Crystal Waltman and Quitting to Win

Crystal Waltman and Quitting to Win

$758.00 raised
2nd Place
Dr. Tony Colson and Unlocking Your Divine DNA

Dr. Tony Colson and Unlocking Your Divine DNA

$503.00 raised
3rd Place
Kiera Colson and Twin Tales

Kiera Colson and Twin Tales

$479.00 raised
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Crystal Waltman and Quitting to Win

Crystal hits a home run in fundraising competition for Sold Out Youth Foundation!

Crystal Waltman was a pivotal teammate on the 1997 NJCAA Woman's Softball Champion team (Central AZ College), and has gone on to crusade for holistic human wellness, drug and alcohol abstinence, fitness and raising a daughter and two step sons. Her best-selling book Quitting to Win inspires readers (especially young women) to reach for inspired heights in self-determination and her personal life exemplifies that lofty achievement. Today, she is competing against two other authors to see who will raise the most money for Sold Out Youth Foundation as she is concerned about decisions our youth make early in life that will impact them forever.
About Sold Out Youth Foundation: Sold Out ‘s mission is to educate, encourage, and challenge students to live a life of alcohol and drug abstinence, while delivering an intentional interactive video life skills, and overall health, wellness, and fitness education platform. Program leverages role model mirroring, and positive peer pressure to challenge students to reach their maximum potential.
Who stands behind Sold Out? The foundation and movement is the brainchild of Roman Gabriel III, son of All-Pro NFL Quarternback Roman Gabriel of the LA Rams and a former quarterback himself. Along with countless athletes and celebrities who, like Roman, are concerned for their own children and the youth of America taking a path of alcohol and drug consumption, the Sold Out influence and outreach has impacted tens of thousands of our youth.
How can YOU make a difference? Join Crystal's team, donate and participate in the fun selfie-challenge and SHARE!

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Team Crystal invites you to do something philanthropic today with your smartphone for Sold Out Youth Foundation!

Crystal invites you to show everyone "how you read" and capture that moment on your smartphone. Make it fun and creative and you could win a prize! Here is what you do:

  • take a selfie or picture showing how you can be using your smartphone to listen to a narrator, reading your tablet or laptop, laying on your hammock under the sun, sleeping on the couch with a book over your head, reading and exercising...anything!
  • upload your photo to support Team Crystal on the blue "join the challenge" button. This will create your own unique page URL
  • DONATE right on your photo
  • share your URL with an invitation to your social followers and friends to upload their creative interpretation of reading
  • tag five friends
    Remember: you're raising money for Sold Out Youth Foundation and assisting them, through your donation, to aid youth in abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

EXCITING NEWS: due to the generosity of two inaugural sponsors we started our campaign at $1000!  If you'd like to join them as sponsors with your company logo added to our sponsor section, please contact Dana @ (310) 795-1658

Sandra Wilken = $500

Anonymous     =  $500

Recent Donations for the Crystal Waltman and Quitting to Win team

  • Bobby Corrales donated $50.00.
  • Albert Cozzi donated $50.00.
  • Ethan Banas donated $50.00.
  • Michelle Gordon donated a private amount.
  • Belqui Ortiz-Millili donated $100.00.
  • Crystal Waltman donated $10.00.
  • Dominic Lowery donated $100.00.
  • Roman Gabriel donated a private amount.
  • Annalisa Wagoner donated $25.00.
  • Crystal Waltman donated $5.00.
  • Crystal Waltman donated $5.00.