Bid on Busch's game-worn cleats, gloves to benefit Saves for SEALs
Every save Jon Busch makes not only saves the Quakes' scoreline but benefits a much greater cause.
Three years ago, the veteran goalkeeper created the Saves for SEALs foundation after reading about the 2011 Chinook military crash that killed 22 Navy SEALs. He created the foundation to help the families of those killed in the line of duty.
With every save, Jon Busch donates $50 to the Saves for SEALs foundation with the Quakes matching each donation. Since it's inception, he's raised over $40,000. And this year, he created a Crowdtilt page with the hope of collecting $30,000. As of July 11, the online fan donation page is sitting at $6,088 towards his goal.
Now, he's auctioning off his game-worn gloves and cleats, donned with camouflage and the slogan "All In, All the Time."
Fans can help our great 'keeper out and bid on these one-of-kind items until July 17.
To bid on Jon's game-worn autographed commerative cleats, click here.
To bid on Jon's game-worn autographed commemorative gloves, click here.
While you may not be able to help Buschy keep clean sheets, you can help here. Bid or donate online today.