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Bob Woodruff Foundation Supports High Five Foundation
High Five, Bob Woodruff Foundation! We are very fortunate to be able to work with other Foundations like ourselves who are working hard to empower and inspire individuals to be the best versions of themselves. The Bob Woodruff Foundation is one of these Foundations. We were fortunate enough to receive an expedited COVID-19 grant that...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | City of Reno
High Fives builds on the success of the City of Reno’s Fit But Not Forgotten Veteran fitness program and the Military to the Mountains partnership! The High Fives Foundation would like to thank the City of Reno and everyone at the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center for their continued support in our mission. High Fives recently...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | GreatNonprofits
High Fives Foundation NAMED “2017 TOP-RATED NONPROFIT” by GreatNonprofits Award based on Outstanding Online Reviews We Have been named a “2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews of charities and nonprofits. High Fives provides injured mountain action sports athletes grant funding nation wide. “We are honored to be named a 2017...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | Journey Forward
Journey Forward is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of those who have suffered a Spinal Cord Injury through an intense exercise program "Exercise is important to everyone and even more so to those who have suffered a Spinal Cord Injury" #HighFivesAthlete, Ryan McLaren recently received a High Fives Empowerment grant for...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | VERMONT ADAPTIVE
High Five Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports! Most recently High Fives would love to give a big shoutout to Pico Mountain and everyone who helped support Vermont Adaptive and High Fives, Feel Good Friday events during the winter season! Everyone's participation allowed each organization to raise $1,000! These proceeds will continue to offer amazing opportunities to those...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | Wings for Life World Run
An unforgettable day, an unforgettable race and an unforgettable leap forward for our global movement! Thanks to all of you who ran for those who can't in RedBull's Wings for Life World Run. Results! Global Champion of the Wings for Life World Run 2017: Aron Anderson (SWE) Runner who ran the furthest distance: Bartosz Olszewski...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | LIVE IT! LOVE IT! FOUNDATION
The Live it! Love it! Foundation does it again! The High Fives Foundation would like to say Thank You to the Live it! Love it! Foundation for their continued support in adaptive adventure. THEIR MISSION Our mission is to promote the progression of Adaptive Adventure and provide outdoor recreation opportunities for the disabled. THEIR VISION We envision a world...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | Adaptive Sports Center
THANK YOU - Ladies Session! The High Fives Foundation has provided funding for two athletes to attend THE 2017 Ladies Session in Crested Butte, CO through the Adaptive Sports Center. Congratulations #HighFivesAthlete Kailyn Forsberg and #HighFivesAthlete Megan Wemmer! Plus thank you Alana Nichols for your continued support in this program and the High Fives Foundation.  Photo Credit -- Nathan Bilow...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | ACHIEVE TAHOE
"If I Can Do This, I Can Do Anything!" - Achieve Tahoe High Five to Achieve Tahoe for teaming up with High Fives again for the 2017 'Military to the Mountains' Program Service. The “Military to the Mountains” program, a partnership between Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, High Fives Foundation, Achieve Tahoe (formerly Disabled Sports USA Far West),...
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NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT | Shane McConkey Foundation
Shane McConkey Foundation EcoChallenge! Remember to submit your EcoChallenge reports by this Saturday, March 25th for your school's chance to win $10,000 in prize money!  Entry is simple. 1. Create an eco-team of students with an adult advisor. 2. Identify an environmental problem in your school or community. 3. Problem solve and then implement a...
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