I never thought or had interest in climbing a 14er, and than I met my friend Donna. I will climb Pikes Peak with her and Team Kumi. Donna’s best friend Kumi was 18 when a drunk driver hit her. Since that day, 32 years ago, Kumi has needed around the clock care. TBI has many degrees and comes with many challenges that can affect everyone differently. Being a former military family, and having friends with TBI, I want to raise money for the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado and spread awareness.
I am reaching out to my family and friends to share my exciting commitment to participate in the 2018 Pikes Peak Challenge. This fun-filled and exciting event raises awareness for the brain injury community, while at the same time empowers both supporters and survivors as we hike, walk or roll side-by-side.
Last year $275,000 was raised to support the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado! This year we hope to surpass that number and raise $300,000. Can you help us reach our goal?
I’m excited to share my commitment to participate in the 2018 Pikes Peak Challenge Summit Hike. When I finish, I will have hiked 13 miles and 7,400 vertical feet to the 14,110 foot summit of Pikes Peak.
Even more impressive than this challenge, is the courage and strength it takes for a survivor to overcome day to day struggles that come with a life of living with an injury to the brain.
Please donate now and together we can make a huge impact for brain injury survivors and the entire brain injury community.