FanFund helps athletic departments, schools, and youth organizations solve the growing funding problem. Our online fundraising service connects the school and teams in-need with the community, organizations, and companies eager to help them. We focus on athletics and extracurricular activities in primary education where the need is the greatest with parents having to pay more out-of-pocket and schools going without athletic programs altogether. We help teams tell their unique story and help build a long-term relationship with the community that’s there to support them.
Tabitha attended high school at an All Girls College Preparatory School, Our Lady of Mercy Academy. She was a two-sport athlete participating in volleyball and lacrosse. Making a varsity debut as a freshman in both sports, Tabitha was named captain her sophomore year. While in high school, Tabitha played club volleyball and travelled to various states to compete.
She was later recruited by a Division III college, now university, as a Middle Hitter. As a freshman she started, became captain her Junior and kept the title as a Senior. Making school history, her team won four conference championships and four NCAA appearances. Tabitha was a nationally ranked blocker in Division III Volleyball. Her college career ended with a 32-1 season, the best record of the four years she attended.
Graduating with a degree in Biology from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Tabitha moved to Tampa, Florida. She continues to use her knowledge of the court by coaching both High School and Travel volleyball for Academy of the Holy Names High School and OTVA.
Chris Berg attended Woodinville High School in Woodinville, WA and played baseball and football. Chris was named to the All-KingCo league team as a pitcher his senior year. As a senior, he led his team to the state playoffs.
Chris attended George Fox University and played baseball for two seasons under Pat Casey, current Oregon State Beaver Head Coach and two time NCAA National Champion. After his sophmore year, Chris transferred to the University of Washington where he played baseball for two years helping lead the Washington Huskies to the 1992 Pac-10 North Championship and was the winning pitcher upsetting #4 nationally ranked University of Arizona in the Western Regional. Chris graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in social sciences.
Adam distinguished himself at Sedro Woolley High School being named the MVP of the Northwest Basketball League. He led his team to a 7th place finish at the WA State Class 3A tournament.
At Seattle Pacific University, Adam, elected as the captain in his junior and senior year, led his team to 106-40 record, won three Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championships, and went to 5 NCAA Division II tournaments including a Final Four appearance in 2006.
After SPU Adam was the Director of Basketball Operations for Portland State University (Division I – Big Sky Conference) for three seasons, each season reaching the playoffs.
Adam graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a degree in communications and business administration.
Cody led Kirkland National Little League to the 1982 Little League World Championship and the biggest upset in Little League history beating Taiwan in the championship game in front of a then record 40,000 people and a worldwide audience. Taiwan had a 31-game winning streak at the Little League World Series dating back to 1967. The Kirkland National Little League team and Cody are featured in one of the original ESPN 30 for 30 documentaries titled “Little Big Men”. Cody was named to the Little League Baseball Hall of Fame and is considered one of the greatest Little League players of all-time.
Cody attended Eastern Washington University and played baseball for one season. Cody graduated from Eastern Washington University.
Brett Hartvigson attended Blanchet High School in Seattle, WA and played basketball and baseball. Brett was named to the Seattle Times All-Metro league team as a point guard. As a senior, he led his team to the state semifinals finishing 3rd in the state.
Brett attended Santa Clara University and played basketball for one season. After his freshman year, Brett transferred to Pacific Lutheran University where he played basketball for three years. Brett graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a degree in finance.
Michael Hartvigson attended Bothell High School in Bothell, WA and played football and basketball. Michael was named to the Seattle Times All-state team (all divisions) as a defensive lineman, as well as being named the KingCo Crown Division’s defensive player of the year, and first-team All-KingCo at both tight end and defensive line. As a senior, he led his team to a 12-1 record and lost in the 4A state semifinals. Michael was also named honorable mention All-KingCo in basketball as a senior.
Michael attended the University of Washington and played football. He was a tight end for the Washington Huskies from 2010-2014 and during his tenure played in the Holiday, Alamo, Las Vegas, Fight Hunger, and Cactus Bowls. Michael graduated with a degree in Sociology.
He received a minicamp invitation from the Seattle Seahawks in 2015.
Deontae in high school (Citrus Hill High School) completed 7,450 rushing yards and 107 touchdowns. Deontae is second only to Toby Gerhart (2009 Heisman Trophy runner-up) for rushing yards in Inland Empire history. In addition to racking up wins for Citrus Hill (38-1 over three seasons), Deontae earned many awards: * Offensive MVP of the Mountain Pass League (2009) * PrepStar All-American * No. 29 prospect in California & No. 10 running back in the nation by the Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop” rankings. * No 20 player (any position) in California * No. 154 player in the nation (rivals.com)
Deontae was a tailback for both the University of Washington Huskies and San Jose State University. From 2010 through 2015, Deontae and the Huskies played in the Holiday, Alamo, Las Vegas, Fight Hunger, and Cactus Bowls. Deontae’s final year was at San Jose State in 2016. Dontae graduated from the University of Washington with a master’s degree in intercollegiate athletic leadership.
Deontae received a minicamp invitation from the Oakland Raiders in 2017.
Terenn Houk attended Enumclaw High School in Enumclaw, WA and played football and basketball. As a senior, Terenn played in the second annual Polynesian All-American Classic game at Cathedral High School in Los Angeles.
Terenn attended Brigham Young University and played football. He was a wide receiver for BYU from 2011-2015 and during his tenure played in the Poinsettia, Fight Hunger, Miami Beach, and Las Vegas Bowls. As a senior he was named to Phil Steele's All-Independent Second Team. Terenn graduated with a degree in Sociology.
He received a minicamp invitation from the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers in 2016.
Jordan Hamilton attended Seattle Prep High School in Seattle, WA and played basketball and baseball. Jordan was named to the All-Metro League team as both a junior and senior.
Jordan attended Lehigh University and was a co-captain of the 2011-12 Lehigh men’s basketball team that won a school record 27 games and earned a historic win over Duke in the NCAA Tournament. The 2011-12 Mountain Hawks won a Patriot League Championship, and Lehigh’s first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. To this day, Lehigh remains one of just eight No. 15 seeds to ever beat a No. 2 seed.
Jordan played five seasons professionally in Canada, Luxembourg and Germany. Jordan graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in political science.
FanFund's distinguished engineer. Josh graduated from Seattle University and worked several years at Moz and Uber before joining FanFund. Josh enjoys playing soccer, tennis, and foam rollers.
Dudley graduated from Stanford University. FanFund is the third company he’s cofounded. Before that he spent a decade building software products and businesses at Google and Moz. Dudley loves coffee, yogurt, and his bicycle that pedals itself.
Wes graduated from Washington University in St Louis. FanFund is the third company he’s cofounded. Before that he spent a decade between Google and Moz as a designer and senior engineer. Wes loves YouTube, rock climbing, and all things Lebowski.
Chad played professional baseball for six years from 1994-1999 with the San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers and Colorado Rockies organizations. In 1997, while playing for the Phoenix Firebirds in his first season in AAA, Chad led the Pacific Coast League (PCL) in left-handed batting average against by 30 points with a (.170) average. That same season, Chad was traded by the San Francisco Giants to the Texas Rangers for four-year major league veteran right-handed pitcher Cory Bailey.
Prior to his professional baseball career, Chad was the team captain of the Pac-10 Champion University of Washington Baseball team in 1993 and 1994. Chad was named All-Pac- 10, as well as a Street and Smith's honorable mention All-American at the University of Washington, where he set both the single season and career records for strikeouts. He set additional Washington Huskies career records for complete games, games started, and innings pitched. In 1992, Chad led the National Baseball Congress (NBC) in earned run average (ERA) with an ERA of 0.29 while playing for the Kamloops Sandpipers of the Western International League.
Chad started his college baseball career at the University of Notre Dame, where he studied Finance and Economics for two years. He was also a member of the 1982 Little League World Championship team from Kirkland National Little League that was featured in ESPN Film's 30 for 30 documentary series "Little Big Men".