Welcome to My Personal Fundraising Page
Travis Roy was a promising freshman hockey player at Boston University in 1995. He had achieved the dream that so many young hockey players have when they lace up their skates year in and year out. Travis' dream was cut short when, in the first 11 seconds of his first shift in his first game, he crashed head-first into the boards and suffered a fracture of his 4th and 5th cervical vertebrae that left him a quadriplegic for the rest of his life.
Travis lived out another dream, which highlighted his courage, kindness and dedication. After recoveing from his accident, Travis and his family and friends started the Travis Roy Foundation to help spinal cord injury survivors live more independent and hopeful lives. For the next 25 years, Travis managed the Foundation in raising more than $20 million and providing direct assistance to almost 2,500 spinal cord injury survivors nationwide. Sadly, Travis died in October 2020 due to complications from his paralysis.
Any contribution to the Travis Roy Foundation would be appreciated! My goal is to raise $500. Thank you!
- Former Harvard hockey player (and Aspen Mother Pucker) lacing up her skates for the first time in many years for this special occasion and final women's hockey event for the Travis Roy Foundation
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Fundraising Honor Roll
Ms. Elizabeth Ward
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