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Seattle is Facing Off Against Denver and You Can Help!

Brayden wished to meet the Seahawks.
After the Seahawks victorious game against the Saints, Russell Wilson could have gone anywhere to celebrate. Instead, he returned to an empty stadium for a special moment with eight-year-old Brayden, who is battling leukemia.

“My son felt like the most important person in the stadium that night,” said Brayden’s dad, Paul. “This was the greatest moment of his life.”

Now, you can show your 12th MAN pride and support kids like Brayden. The Seattle Foundation and The Denver Foundation are competing to see which organization can raise the most money and garner the highest number of individual donors now through midnight on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2.

Are you in?

Seahawks fans can show off their charitable muscle at; and all gifts will benefit Make-A-Wish® Alaska and Washington to support wishes for kids like Brayden.

Can you give $12? How about $112? Give today to support your favorite team and the wish children who love them, too.

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