April 5, 2011

Support our Epic Man 2011 Partner Organizations!

Can't participate in any of the group runs, the boat cruise, the bike rides, or the parties.... but still want to support the team and our partner organizations? See below for a complete list with links where you can check out more info on the organizations and donate.

Click HERE for the full rundown of Epic Man events.
Click HERE for the full list of opportunities to participate in Epic Man 2011.

High Fives Foundation
(Team members Jason and Tyler are representing High Fives)
High Fives Foundation is a Tahoe-based non-profit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community.
Donation Site:http://highfivesfoundation.org/epicman.html

The Sisters Wish
(The Sisters Wish are hosting the 1 Mile Epic Run and Portlan Boat Cruise on 4/17)
The Sisters Wish is a non-profit organization that provides wish's to
terminally/chronically ill young adults ages 18-30 who reside in Maine, New Hampshire or Massachusetts.

Team Trevor
(Team Trevor is the supported charity on the Trek Portsmouth bike ride from Portland to Portsmouth on 4/17)

The Claddagh Fund
(Official Charity of the Dropkick Murphy's and the sponsor of the Epic Man / Social Boston Sports afterparty on Boylston Street at McGreevy's on 4/18)
Donation Link, Event Page - stay tuned!

Ronald McDonald House - Boston
(Team Member Justin Obey is representing the Ronald McDonald House)

Charity4Life – Leading International Fundraising Efforts
(Charity4Life is the supported Charity and host of the Mag Mile run in Chicago on 4/12)
Charity4LIFE is a Chicago-Based Corporation focused on benefitting children in third-world countries. Charity4LIFE’s Mission is to support underdeveloped communities through grassroots NGO’s, focusing on street children and empowering them to reach their full potential. Charity4LIFE is currently representing institutions in Columbia and Guatemala with its next mission taking place in Haiti April 29-May 4.
Weekend Warrior Activism* – A style of humanitarian aid that involves working around the 40-hour workweek.
Donation Link HERE.

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