Virtual Fitness Challenge to support the Adventure Project Fund

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The Adventure Project - Providing young cancer survivors fully-paid access to the fitness and wellness resources they need to get to the other side of cancer and stay there

THE VIRTUAL FITNESS CHALLENGE IS A GRASSROOTS FITNESS EVENT CREATED TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE ADVENTURE PROJECT FUND TO ENRICH THE LIVES OF YOUNG CANCER SURVIVORS. YOUR COMMITMENT WILL HELP US IN OFFER MUCH NEEDED SUPPORT IN THE FORM OF GRANTS TO PROVIDE YOUNG SURVIVORS WITH THE TOOLS THEY NEED TO GET TO THE OTHER SIDE OF CANCER.
“IF YOU CAN’T FLY THEN RUN, IF YOU CAN’T RUN THEN WALK, IF YOU CAN’T WALK THEN CRAWL, BUT WHATEVER YOU DO YOU HAVE TO KEEP MOVING FORWARD.” – MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

RECIPIENT STORIES

Chester

This experience has lit a fire under me to only make the most of life. I recognize for this to be possible, I must take my fitness and nutrition seriously.

Jessica

Diagnosed with brain cancer her junior year of high school, her goal is to get back on her dirt bike.

Giulia

Diagnosed with leukemia and brain cancer, 20 months. Her goal: “Become more active to improve my health."

Rachel

Diagnosed with thyroid cancer in college. Her goal: “To be able to consistently workout with different movements.”

Maya

Diagnosed with osteosarcoma at age 9, May-Thurners syndrome at age 15. Her goal: "To remain fit and active."

Jack

Diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma at age 18. His goal: "Regain muscle tone and stamina."

Morgan

Diagnosed with a brain cancer, 16 years old. Her goals: "Increase my endurance; complete a half-marathon."

Eric

Diagnosed with Clival Chordoma at age 16. His goal: "To improve my balance and be as fit as I've ever been."

Brittany

Diagnosed with thyroid cancer in college. Her goal: “To be able to consistently workout with different movements.”

Ryan

Diagnosed with a large, infiltrating brain stem tumor, 3 years old. His goal: To be able to ride a bike.