9 Team Members — $100.00 total donations

Facing the Challenge with team members offer encouragement, provide support and share in the celebration of the Pikes Peak Challenge! Feel free to donate to the collective team by clicking on the blue button. Or if you prefer to donate to an individual, please click on their personal campaign below.

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2019 Pikes Peak Challenge Summit Hiker: Sheryl Pekarek

I’m participating in the Pikes Peak Challenge Summit Hike to support my good friends Cindy and Steve and to challenge my own physical ability!
p>The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers. Through guidance, resources, support, and education, BIAC seeks to engage with Coloradans in as they navigate the path of rehabilitation. Brain injuries are so prevalent and so devastating to not only the individual who had the injury, but also their families.

Funding is critical for us to continue to support survivors in our state which is why I am reaching out to family and friends to share my exciting commitment to participate in the 2019 Pikes Peak Challenge Summit Hike. The Pikes Peak Challenge is the ultimate test of our own mental and physical boundaries as we raise money and awareness for those who have suffered an injury to the brain. Their daily challenges surmount our own. When I finish, I will have hiked 13 miles and 7,400 vertical feet to the 14,115 ft Pikes Peak Summit.

Last year $225,000 was raised to support the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado! This year we hope to surpass that number. Can you help us reach our goal?

Please donate now and together we can make a huge impact for brain injury survivors and the entire brain injury community.

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2019 Pikes Peak Challenge Summit Hiker: Cindy Noble

Here we are again another year another challenge! Despite the spit shake and pinky swear we did on top of the last summit of Pikes Peak as A Noble Cause team in 2017- we were sure it was our last challenge as physically our aging bodies had taken quite a toll that year. But then, a friend reached out and asked us to consider the challenge yet again. At first we were adamant we could not, would not do it again. We are unprepared physically and have not conditioned in anyway in preparation for the always difficult challenge. Then, we remembered the very first hike we ever made for PPC in 2007. We were out of shape physically, had no idea the mental or emotional challenge the event would bring but the reward of the summit and the many relationships and interactions we made along the way…priceless!! We are once again asking for your kind donation of any amount supporting Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness – Many of you are already aware of our personal connection to this cause and have supported us on many of hikes drawing awareness to traumatic brain injury. Our hearts are in this difficult hike every year despite our physically ailing bodies that may tell us different. People who have suffered TBI are our hero’s. They are survivors and they NEVER GIVE UP!! This is our team moto and our constant motivation as we have witnessed the struggles and realities of this injury first hand- thank you for always loving and supporting us through this amazing journey to help others and bring the much needed awareness for those afflicted with a traumatic brain injury. May God Bless each and everyone of you for your support! Steve and Cindy Noble Team: A Noble Cause #bestillmyheart #pikespeakchallenge #anoblecause #traumaticbraininjuryawareness #tbi #nevergiveup #summit #onemoretime #biac

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Team Donations

  1. Joshua Noble
    $100.00