Cassandra Greiner

Cassandra Greiner

United States of America
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Ski

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Meriden, CT

In 2017, while summiting the Middle Teton, at 11,000 feet above the ground, the rocks above Cassandra began to shift and fall. Cassandra tried to take cover out of the fall zone, but unfortunately was knocked unconscious and covered by a boulder. This accident resulted in a traumatic brain injury alongside a visual impairment and other injuries.

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.“

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High Fives has provided:

Living Expenses, Noise Canceling Headphones $400

Cassandra Greiner

“This grant will help increase my independence. I will be able to regain my confidence, feel belonging amongst a community, and attend therapy sessions, which will ultimately greatly increase my quality of life.“

– #HighFivesAthlete, Cassandra Greiner

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