FRCF Do More Charity Challenge

Sept 30th – Oct 1st, 2017
Presented by Community Banks of Colorado


Register Here: to come.

PrintWe all have charity causes that we believe in.  The Do More Charity Challenge allows you to choose the cause that YOU believe in and compete on their behalf.  It is a two-fold fundraising event. Your team raises money for your charity prior to the event. Then, on the day of the competition, you compete to win thousands of dollars in additional prize money for your charity! We work all year to raise the prize money that is distributed to the top teams. In 2015, the first year of the event, and again in 2016, the FRCF Do More Charity Challenge raised over $200 thousand dollars for charities! We hope to exceed that in 2017.

The Do More Charity Challenge is the only event in the CrossFit world where you can earn money for your charity of choice with your athletic performance.

Please see below for the details and if you have any questions, send an email to:


• Teams of 6 athletes (3 men and 3 women)

• Cumulative ages must be at least 225 years


• Teams may compete on behalf of any charity that they feel passionate about

• Charity must be a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization

• We encourage teams to visit and choose from one of the many organizations on their website to receive a streamlined distribution to the teams’ charity, as well as additional fundraising tools

• If your charity of choice is not registered with, it is easy and free for them to sign up – please ask us how


• Registration opens TBD…

• Only 36 teams can compete, so spots will fill up fast

• Go to to register your team and charity

• Team registration is $600


• To help manage your fundraising efforts, you can create a fundraising page at when you choose a charity from their website

• Select “Fundraise” then “Create Account”

• There’s a helpful tutorial and FAQs explaining how to create your page and make the most of your fundraising efforts

• There are some fun, creative ways to raise money for your charity including silent auctions, garage sales, car washes, etc.

• There are no restrictions on how you raise your money

The first scored event is how much money each team raised for its charity


• Event 1 is how much your team raised for your charity

• Event 2 is based on social media, “likes” and “shares”.

• Event 3 is based on the age of your team.

• Events 4 – 10 are athletic events that will vary in difficulty

• There will be 3 two-person events, 2 four-person events and 2 six-person events

• Each athlete will be required to do 1 two-person event, 1 four-person event and both six-person events

• Each team will need to have one male and one female athlete that can:

• Perform as prescribed all the events programmed in the 2016 CrossFit Open (

• Perform chin over pull-ups and most CrossFit workouts as prescribed

• Run, row, burpee, jump, deadlift and carry objects


• Scoring will be based on a point-placement system

• All events are equally weighted and the team with the lowest

cumulative number of your placements across all scored events wins

• One championship team will receive $22,000 to give to their chosen

charity in addition to the money they raised*

• Nine runner-up teams will give sponsor dollars to their chosen charities

in addition to the money they raised*


Thanks to the support of generous sponsors who have contributed to prize money, our goal is to distribute as much as $100,000 to the top 10 team’s Charity upon the completion of the competition on Sunday. In addition to the money teams raised for their charities, the prize money will be distributed as follows:

Percentage of prize money contributed by sponsors*

Amount of prize money contributed by sponsors*

First place     22%     $22,000

Second place 18%     $18,000

Third place    15%     $15,000

Fourth place  12%     $12,000

Fifth place      9%      $9,000

Sixth place      8%      $8,000

Seventh place  6%      $6,000

Eighth place     5%      $5,000

Ninth place       3%     $3,000

Tenth place      2%      $2,000

*Examples based on $100,000 sponsor contributions


Want to get involved with the Do More Charity Challenge?
Kristen Olson
Do More Charity Challenge Sponsorship Manager
(303) 681-1777



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