The 2013 Men in Kilts campaign for the benefit of Ronald McDonald House charities of Western Washington and Alaska today announced they had raised $37,200 for housing seriously ill children and their families.
Offensive lineman John Moffitt donned the kilt for the Seahawks this year – his second time participating in the challenge where individuals could cast a vote for their favorite kilt-wearer. Moffitt brought home 42 votes at $25 per vote, good for $1,050 in donations to the Ronald McDonald House and 10th place out of the 12 kilt-competitors.
The 2013 “Kings of the Kilt” were announced last Sunday, as Mark Flieg, Cameron Pinard and Forrest Soderlind of the Bellevue video game developer Bungie raised the most money. Former Seattle Sounders FC forward Roger Levesque and current Sounders FC midfielder Brad Evans were also participants this year, earning 169 total votes and 3rd place in the competition.