It began with two words: What If

What if you pushed yourself to run one more mile? What if you challenged yourself to lift one more rep? What if you questioned what was possible and dared to do more?

Greatness happens when you ask “what if?” And that’s exactly what we did. We asked “what if there was an event where men and women of all ages and skill levels came together to compete for the greater good?” We asked “what if 0% of the money they raised went into their own pockets, and 100% of it went to worthy causes instead?”

We asked “what if?” and as a result, The Do More Charity Challenge was born. An event where physical strength and philanthropy come together to give back to the community. People form teams, choose a charity, and compete on three fronts: charitable fundraising, a social media event, and physical challenges that range from running and rowing, to lifting and conditioning.

To date, generous supporters have been willing to commit their time, talent and more than $750,000 for deserving charities.

So now it’s your turn to ask, “what if?” To say to yourself “what if we did more?” If you do, we will join forces to help make the Do More Charity Challenge a uniquely powerful event that will make a lasting and meaningful difference in our community.

This year's competition

This year’s event will be held the weekend of November 10 at The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, located at:

5801 W 115th St, Overland Park, KS 66211

We’re partnering with Meshugge CrossFit at The J. For more information about the Jewish Community Center, please visit their website.

For more information about the Do More Charity Challenge, please visit


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Richard U. Newfield, Jr, Chief Risk Officer

Rick Newfield
Chief Risk Officer, National Bank Holdings Corporation

Angela Smith
Business Credit Manager

Shaun Cussen
VP Mortgage Loan Operations