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Twenty years ago, 7 teams and a few dozen players got together in a farm field to play WIFFLE ball on a Fenway Park replica field in Northern Vermont to benefit the Travis Roy Foundation and spinal cord injury survivors.
In 2021, I'm excited year to participate in the 20th annual Travis Roy Foundation WIFFLE Ball Tournament. We call this event "the best weekend of the year" as 32 teams from all over the country come to Little Fenway, Little Wrigley and Little Field of Dreams to play WIFFLE ball and raise money to help spinal cord injury survivors live more independent and hopeful lives. Over 19 years, the event has raised over $6 million!
Depending on their level of paralysis, many spinal cord injury survivors cannot get into or out of their bed; bathe, dress or feed themselves; or even move around inside or outside of their house to work or take care of their familes without 24-hour support and very expensive adaptive equipment. The Travis Roy Foundation's Quality of Life grant program helps paraplegics and quadriplegics pay for some of the equipment they can't otherwise afford.
For those that know of Travis, or have a friend, acquaintance, or family member that has had the misfortune of dealing with paralysis, you know it is one of the most devastating injuries a person and their family can go through. It is the mission of the Travis Roy Foundation to enhance the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries, by providing adaptive equipment grants and helping to fund spinal cord research.
I hope you will make a donation to help me make a difference in the life of someone dealing with a spinal cord injury.
Thank you for your support!
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