Scottish Rite for Children is one of the nation’s leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopedic conditions and sports injuries, as well as certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. Since 1997, Scottish Rite for Children has been the primary beneficiary of the Dallas Marathon and has received $4 million in donations from the marathon.
Interested in raising money for Scottish Rite for Children?
We invite you to join our team of fundraisers on behalf of the Junior Race Director and all of the patients of Scottish Rite through our online fundraising page. When you fundraise, you can become eligible to win the following benchmark prizes:
Scottish Rite Dri Fit Cap
Scottish Rite running apparel item
FitBit Charge 4
Apple Watch SE
Two night stay for two at the Warwick Melrose Hotel and a $150 gift certificate to the Landmark restaurant
To learn more about fundraising opportunities, click HERE.
Junior Race Director
Each year, a Scottish Rite patient serves as the Junior Race Director for the Dallas Marathon, representing the thousands of children treated at the hospital. In this role, the Junior Race Director helps participants and sponsors understand how Scottish Rite benefits from the support of friends like the marathon. We are so excited to introduce you to our 2019 Junior Race Director, Martine!
Starting in 2007, several Scottish Rite for Children patients offered to help represent the many bright faces treated at the hospital by becoming a patient champion. The patient champion program is a way for the community to participate in race-weekend activities and fundraise on behalf of a patient. To learn more about fundraising opportunities, click HERE.