Seahawks ‘Hausch Money’ helps kick some money over to local charity for children

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SEATTLE -- Seahawks coach Pete Carroll nicknamed kicker Steven Hauschka "Hausch Money" because he always comes through when the game is on the line.

On Wednesday, Hauschka helped bring some much-needed money to a local charity for kids.

Hauschka and Jack-in-the-Box presented Childhaven with a $22,000 check.  Childhaven is a King County nonprofit organization that serves children between the ages of one month and five years who have been abused or neglected, or are at risk.

The money was from last year's "Stats for Kids" program,  in which Jack-in-the-Box agreed to donate $1,200 to Childhaven for every field goal made at CenturyLink Field last season.

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