Moda & the Trail Blazers Assist the Community
Supporting healthy, active living for all kids
The most important assist the Trail Blazers make during the season is for kids in Oregon communities. We teamed up with Moda to create the Moda Assist Program supporting healthy, active living for kids. For every assist made on the court during the regular season, the Trail Blazers and Moda donate $20 to support building an all abilities playground in the greater Oregon community.
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Moda Health and the Trail Blazers decided that we wanted to select cities from all over the state of Oregon that shared similar population sizes and varying levels of need, but who could all benefit from providing equitable park access to all kids, despite ability.
The winner will be selected through a public voting phase for the three finalists. Voting begins on Feb. 20, 2019 at 9 a.m. and ends on March 20, 2019 at 5 p.m. (PDT)
The program lasts for a month and the winner will be announced the day after the voting ends.
Each person can vote once per day by email address. Verification of a valid email address needs to occur in order for a vote to count. Duplicate votes from the same person in the same day will not be counted. Vote tallies will be updated once a day Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. (PDT). Moda retains the right in its sole discretion to make the final decision if there are any questionable practices, such as bot-voting, found during or after the voting process.
Anyone in the U.S. is allowed to vote. Votes submitted outside the U.S. will not be counted.
Yes, we encourage votes once a day throughout the monthlong program. Duplicate votes from the same person, even using a different email address, in the same day will not be counted.
The amount donated to the winning playground project depends on how many assists the Trail Blazers record during the regular season. Moda and the Trail Blazers will donate $20 per assist during the regular season, which is double the amount donated per assist last season.
All kids deserve a place to play, regardless of their physical abilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lays out standards for accessible design, with direction on how to construct play equipment to be readily accessible for individuals with disabilities.
Moda is committed to building healthy communities across Oregon and Southwest Washington. The Moda Assist program does just that, by encouraging active play for everyone in the community.
Moda and the Trail Blazers team up for the Moda Assist program each year. The amount donated to the winning community is directly related to how many assists the team tallies throughout the regular season.