Just because we can't hit each other, doesn't mean our financial obligations can't hit us! We will return to roller derby—bouting, practice, and community engagement—as soon as it becomes safe to do so. Until then, Sick Town needs your urgent help!
We are working to fund the full $15,000 we face in expenses for 2021. Help us make this goal a reality.
HELP SICK TOWN RAISE $15,000
to keep US ROLLIN'!
$4352 of $15,000 goal
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Give us your money... and get your friends to give us money too. (No... really! Did you expect us to pull punches?)
Do you shop at Amazon? Shop at smile.amazon.com instead and Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase to us, Sick Town Derby Dames, at no cost to you.
EVERY SATURDAY IN MAY!
Help us help you make your gardens bright and colorful this summer! As part of our ongoing Keep Us Rollin' campaign, Sick Town Derby Dames will be representing at the Albany Farmers' Market in Albany, Oregon each of the first four Saturdays this May!
Albany Farmers' Market
FIRST 4 SATURDAYS IN MAY • 9AM – 1PM
4TH & ELLSWORTH, ALBANY, OR
All Plants Were Grown & Donated By:
36700 Honey Sign Dr, Lebanon, OR
Your tax–deductible donation can help in many ways!
Monthly support of just $16 will cover our natural gas bills for the year.
$30 each month will cover scholarship dues for a Sickie in need.
A one-time $60 donation of could pay our electric bill for a month or provide a new set of safety gear for a boot camp participant.
Did we mention it's tax-deductible?
SICK TOWN & OUR COMMUNITY
The Sick Town Derby Dames provide a fun athletic outlet for members of the community in addition to a positive, inclusive social environment. In addition to playing roller derby and entertaining our fans, we frequently partner with local charities and businesses for fundraising and outreach opportunities.
In 2020, the Sick Town Derby Dames and our governing body the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) made the choice to put "Lives Before Laces" by suspending all derby activity while COVID-19 ravaged our communities.
In the meantime, we've been skating safely outdoors (and on Zoom!) We volunteered in support of fire victims and to provide Christmas for struggling Benton County families and started the important work of creating a more equitable and inclusive Sick Town for the members of our league. All of this while working behind the scenes to keep our league and our historic roller rink standing!
We're doing our part to reduce expenses, find a new owner for our rink, and secure a sustainable home for Sick Town in the future but we need your help to bridge the gap!