Lost & Foundation Auction / Concert – Benefit for Tricia McCullough

March 13, 2022 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm

THE SCHEDULE

1:00pm – 4:45pm silent auction
5:00pm – 6:00pm live auction
6:15pm – 8:15pm live music from Michael Charles

Raffles drawings will be held regularly throughout the day!

THE FUNDRAISER

Lost & Foundation is teaming up with the Lewis & Clark Tap Room to host a fundraiser for Tricia McCullough on Sunday, March 13th, 2022. This event will feature live & silent auctions, raffles, and live music from the legendary blues musician Michael Charles. Donated items will be tax deductible via Lost & Foundation’s 501(c)(3) status. If have any specific questions feel free to reach out to Greg at [email protected] If you’d like to contribute to this fundraiser please see links below.

THE MUSIC

This event will also feature a live performance from the legendary blues musician Michael Charles. Stay tuned for more information on set times.

THE CAUSE

On her way back to Helena from Christmas with her family in Coeur d’Alene, Tricia and her puppy Piper hit a patch of black ice in her truck, fishtailed, overcorrected, hit the guardrail and flipped several times. Piper was ejected from the vehicle and fled the scene in fear. Tricia was found around 30 minutes later by a car that was passing by on the interstate. Her head was stuck between a snowbank and the door frame and it took emergency responders an hour and a half to extract her from the truck. After getting her out, she was life-flighted to Missoula where they determined she had a spinal cord injury and that her neck was broken/dislocated at c6-7. In addition to this, she broke her left radius and a rib. She underwent surgeries to fix her neck and arm and remained in the hospital for 3 weeks before being transferred to St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Spokane, Washington where she is presently. After multiple examinations, her team has classified her as a c5 ASIA A complete quadriplegic.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

  • Making a tax deductible donation via the Lost & Foundation website and writing “for Tricia McCullough” in the comments line. Please note that donating through a local 501(c)(3) non profit will get a higher percentage of the money directly to the recipient than GoFundMe campaigns AND the donation can be written off come tax season. (link below)
  • Donating a tax deductible item or service for the March 13th auction. (link below)
  • Donating to receive #TriciaStrong swag via Custom Ink. (link below)